Build 2018 was nothing compared to previous years Build events for Microsoft. Build 2018 was the most boring event to watch. While I understand that the event is for developers, and what developers can do to earn revenue with Microsoft … Read more
After a period of voting with an internal team of Windows experts, Microsoft has finally posted about the winners of the 2018 Windows Developer Awards. The winners were actually revealed in a ceremony ahead of the first day of Build 2018, on Sunday but here are links to each of the apps or developers, and what you need to know.
If you so happened to miss the action, all the sessions from the conference available online, with a special Windows Insider webcast also coming later today.
We’re expecting for the second Build 2018 keynote to be much more interesting, and we’ll likely hear more about the Microsoft 365 and Windows 10 side of things.
The Microsoft Teams app has finally made its way to the Microsoft Store app store. This new Progressive Web App (PWA) version of Microsoft Teams was announced yesterday during Build 2018 where it was revealed that it would first launch … Read more
While we’re only a couple of weeks removed from the latest Windows 10 release, Microsoft is in full developer support mode and offering Windows developers looking to get a leg up on app features access to the next releases SDK. … Read more