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For the software devs among our readers, a report from //build/

Microsoft’s //build/ conference is on, where they are rolling out plans for a pretty dramatic shift in Windows for the next generation.

I’m in sunny Anaheim at the conference, with no time to pen a long post. If you’ve got ten minutes to waste listening to me ramble, and you care about the Microsoft side of the tech industry, you can watch this video which was posted a couple of hours ago. Actually, it might be better to watch some other videos in the series that feature Microsoft executives with a lot more interesting and detailed things to say, but, hey, if you make fun of them in the comments here, they’ll never see it. Whereas you can point out that the camera angle makes me look like I have some kind of weird arthritis, and I just have to take it.

If you don’t care about software development, or do care but are apathetic or hostile to Microsoft, my apologies. Please return to our usual program of economic and political doom.

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One Response to For the software devs among our readers, a report from //build/

  • I’m an EE, and while I have done some SW work, it is of the typical quality of SW produced by EE. But probably a lot better then anything produced by your typical climate scientist, at least the UK varity . . .

    I’m not actually much interested in the content of the video (SW development is something I tend to avoid), but did listen just to “meet” a regular contributer here.