At Microsoft's Build Conference, the focus is on what Microsoft plans for developers for the future including the coming year. While there weren't a lot of "Wows!" from the presentations this year, there were some interesting tidbits that showed where Microsoft is focusing. While it has been a couple months since the show, the importance of the announcements is still there. As such, it is worth taking a look again at the core things Microsoft announced.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO, kicked off the presentation; where he reiterated Microsoft's mission as well as stated Microsoft's focus to empower developers with technology as well as to create opportunities for developers to change the world. The following slides talk about the specific technologies, APIs, SDKs, and other specific items that are coming.
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