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Unsurprisingly, Microsoft's Build 2020 virtual event took place this week, where the firm announced new things coming to Azure, Edge, plus much more. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
At Build 2020, Microsoft announced new features for Edge. While the company said that these features will roll out in the coming weeks, Microsoft is already rolling out Pinterest integration.
Microsoft isn't holding an in-person Build developer conference this year, so attendees will be light on free t-shirts. But there are some digital wallpapers and such that you can download.
Microsoft has released new versions of Visual Studio 2019 for both Windows and Mac, delivering new capabilities for developers on both platforms. The first preview of version 16.7 is also available.
Microsoft has announced that Outlook is getting the ability to interact with Yammer communities directly from their inbox. The feature is already available on the web and rolling out to Outlook apps.
At its Build virtual event today, Microsoft took the wraps off of a few details about Project Cortex, the latest addition to its Microsoft 365 suite of services. It's targeting GA for this summer.
Today at its Build 2020 virtual developer conference, Microsoft announced Project Reunion, a new plan to unify the Universal Windows Platform and Win32, and it will be backward compatible.
Today, Microsoft is announcing a variety of new Windows features that are aimed at improving app creation and installation. That also includes new tools for the company's PowerToys utility.
It wouldn't be a Microsoft developer-focused event without announcements focused on security. As such, Azure AD External Identifiers, the GA of the Azure Secure Score API and more have been unveiled.
As part of the array of announcements from its dev-focused Build event, Microsoft shared that an Azure Mixed Reality solution is now GA, and that HoloLens 2 is heading to more markets this year.
The Redmond giant's full-stack open ecosystem aimed at developers who want to leverage both the power of the cloud and quantum computing, Azure Quantum, is now available in limited preview.
At Build today, the software giant unveiled an array of infrastructure improvements for its Azure cloud, covering Azure Stack and Stack Hub, Azure Peering Service, Azure Monitor and more.
At its Build 2020 virtual conference, Microsoft announced a slew of Azure dev tools enhancements from .NET 5 Preview 4 to GitHub Discussions, Visual Studio Codespaces, and much more.
Today at Build 2020, Microsoft announced a bunch of new features that are coming to its Teams collaboration service. There's a new Bookings app, Power Apps integration, templates, and more.
Microsoft today showed off more progress on its Fluid Framework, adding it to Office.com and the Outlook Web App. It also said that it's going to be making it open source on GitHub.
Microsoft has enhanced its set of offerings in the Learn Platform. Learn TV is a daily online program for developer discussion, while the Student Ambassadors Program is a peer community initiative.
Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare combines features from Microsoft 365, Dynamics, the Power Platform, and Azure. The solution is available in preview starting today, with GA slated for later this year.
A bunch of services in Microsoft's cloud IoT space are getting new capabilities. These include Hub, Central, Maps, and Digital Twins, among others, with Windows for IoT receiving updates as well.
Microsoft today announced some new features that are coming to the Windows Subsystem for Linux, including support for GPU compute workloads & the ability to run GUI apps without a third-party server.
Microsoft today announced that Windows Terminal is now at version 1.0, a full year after it was announced at Build 2019. That means that it's stable and ready for businesses to use.
Today, Microsoft introduced Lists, a new Microsoft 365 app that's meant to help track the information in your business. While it has its own app, it's also integrated right into Teams.
Not only have Microsoft's Bot Framework and Service been updated, but new AI functionality and language capabilities have been introduced for apps that leverage Azure Cognitive Services as well.
Microsoft has announced new capabilities to its cloud-based machine learning platform. A new project to advance machine teaching methods has also been released in the form of a public preview.
The new supercomputer is noted to be the fifth most powerful publicly disclosed one across the globe, and it represents a key milestone in Microsoft's partnership with independent research org OpenAI.
With regards to Azure analytics, new features to report at Microsoft's Build 2020 conference include an HTAP implementation dubbed Synapse Link for Cosmos DB, along with general Synapse improvements.
As far as enhancements to its cloud database offerings are concerned, Microsoft has introduced new PostgreSQL and MySQL features, along with further capabilities for Cosmos DB as well.
This week saw the release of a bunch of Surface devices, Halo 2 Anniversary on PC, the May 2020 Update to MSDN and so much more. Be sure to check out our overview to catch up on all the news.
Microsoft's Build 2020 developer conference is going to be an online-only event, but there will still be breakout sessions. With the virtual event just five days out, the schedule is not live.
Microsoft has published the agenda for its upcoming Build 2020 developer conference, showing the various main sessions and keynotes. The full schedule still isn't available for viewing.
Microsoft is going to be opening up registration for its digital Build 2020 conference today, which is set to be held on May 19 and 20. As expected, registration for the virtual event is free.
This past week, Bill Gates stepped down from Microsoft's board of directors, the company transformed Build 2020 and its E3 presentation into virtual events, and so much more. Catch up below.
After quite a bit of speculation as to how Microsoft would handle Build 2020 in regard to the COVID-19 coronavirus, the Redmond firm has decided to cancel the in-person version of the show.
Microsoft has updated its Build 2020 website to remove Scott Guthrie from the event's keynote presentation. The company has acknowledged the change and has declined to comment on it.
Microsoft has posted a statement on the websites for some of its events regarding their possible cancellations. The obvious one coming up is Build 2020, which is just over two months away.
Scheduled to take place later this month in Redmond and Bellevue, Washington, Microsoft is canceling its MVP Summit, or at least the in-person event. The event will now be online-only.
Microsoft has opened registrations for the 2020 edition of its developer conference, Build. This year's edition will take place from May 19 through 21, and it might shed more light on Windows 10X.
After a teaser earlier today, Google's CEO has confirmed that the I/O developer conference will take place from May 12 through 14. That means it won't overlap with Microsoft's Build this year.
Microsoft has announced the dates for its major upcoming events in the coming year, including Build and Inspire. The developer conference, Build, is taking place from May 19 through 21.