Fresh off of Windows 10′s major April update, Microsoft is gearing up for its annual two-day Build conference in Seattle on Monday. Engadget article What to expect at Microsoft’s Build 2018 conference tells what to expect from this celebration of the company’s developer community. Wired has also published What to Expect from Microsoft Build 2018 article.
Cloud computing, artificial intelligence, mixed reality—it’s all happening at Microsoft.
Microsoft hasn’t been shy about throwing the term “AI” around over the past few years so expect some releases on that field.
With Timeline in Windows 10, Microsoft not only created a way to track your work across multiple PCs, but also on your iPhone or Android device.
Microsoft cloud business is booming, so expect a lot of Azure talks.
You can watch along on Microsoft’s site.