Microsoft Build 2016

Microsoft held its annual developer conference, Build, in San Francisco last week. Big announcements such as new offerings and improvements to various technologies are done at Build. Also, many developer sessions are offered on various topics. This allows developers to learn and discuss the information in 30 minute or 60 minute blocks.

The Keynote this year showcased many new things such as Windows 10 enhancements, being able to develop XBox games from your XBox, and voice bots aka “Conversations as a Platform”.

Dreaming of Attending

One of these years, I’m going to attend. Perhaps next year.

Estimated Price: $4,000. $2,000 for registration, $1,000 for lodging and $1,000 for travel and food.

Build Exercising

Exercising on my elliptical machine while watching Build videos is one of my favorite activities in the spring. With so many sessions, this keeps me busy for about a month.

Watching presentations from Scott Hanselman is especially entertaining. He keeps it light while keeping the great knowledge flowing like a river.

Sessions To Watch

The Future of C#

The Future of .NET Languages

Running Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

A Developers Guide to Azure SQL Data Warehouse

Large-Scale Compute with Azure Batch

Applications That Learn & Adapt: Azure Machine Learning + Search

UI Test Automation for Browsers and Apps Using the WebDriver Standard

TracePoints, a Better Way to console.log

U-SQL in Azure Data Lake – HyperScale Data Processing for the .NET Developer

Managing Secrets for Azure Apps

Building Multitenant SaaS Applications with Tenant Isolation and Unlimited Scale on Azure SQL Database

Building an Application for the Azure Marketplace

Conversation as a Platform

Five Things You Didn’t Know You Could Build with Microsoft Edge

The Future of Visual Studio

Debugging Tips and Tricks for .NET Developers with Visual Studio

What’s New in Typescript

Building Resilient Services: Learning Lessons from Azure with Mark Russinovich – One of my favorite sessions to watch every year. Mark gives case studies from real clients of what they did wrong and how to improve.

Anders Live

Getting Started in Open Source with Scott Hanselman

Creating Cross-Platform Apps with Angular 2

DevOps at Scale: A True Story

.NET Overview

How Google Uses TypeScript

Python and Node.js on Visual Studio

Mark Russinovich Live

Envisioning Next Generation Financial Trading with HoloLens

Azure Functions Under the Hood

Building and Maintaining Resilient Customer Applications on Azure

Visual Studio 2015 Extensibility

Build 2016 Session Videos

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