Microsoft’s Build 2016 conference was nothing short of epic, the annual developer’s conference was a showcase for a myriad of new services and major updates to existing ones.
From huge enhancements in the Windows ecosystem to massive improvements to the Azure and cloud services the company offers, Build was Microsoft showing that it is still a force to be reckoned with.
Indeed, the company re-landscaped its services enough to keep most fans happy and almost make them forget that there was virtually no mention of Windows 10 Mobile or Microsoft’s overall mobile strategy.
Instead, Redmond re-announced itself as a cloud first company and we covered all the big announcements from this week.
To make it easier for you to see all the coverage from Build 2016 and to ensure you didn’t miss anything, we have correlated all of coverage into one place:
Microsoft Emphasizes “Mobile First, Cloud First” Strategy, but What about Windows 10 Mobile?
Microsoft Says Redstone Windows 10 Anniversary Update to be Free
Microsoft Looking to Kill Pen and Paper with Stylus, Smart Ink, and Killer Virtual Ruler in Windows Ink
Microsoft Announces Facebook Support for Windows through Universal Windows Platform
Microsoft Updating Visual Studio 2015 Today
Microsoft Drops Desktop App Converter to Make Modernizing Apps Easier
HoloLens Emulator Released, Headset Dev Units Shipping Today
Windows Hello Comes to Edge Browser
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Anniversary SDK is Staggeringly Extensive
Microsoft Debuts Skype Bots
Microsoft Rolls Out Video Trailers and Store Subscriptions for Windows Store
Microsoft Cognitive Services Offers next Gen Tools to Make Apps Smarter
Microsoft Puts Cortana Compatible Apps Front and Center of Windows Store
Microsoft Says Azure has been Adopted by 85% of Fortune 500 Companies
Microsoft Talks Xamarin, Coming Free to Visual Studio with an iOS Emulator
BMW’s IoT ConnectedDrive Service Uses Azure to Make the Car Smart
Azure Functions Preview and IoT Starter Kits Announced by Microsoft
Azure Service Fabric Launched Generally, Demoed with Age of Ascent
Office Thriving on Mobile and Cloud Says Microsoft
Microsoft Rolls out Office Features Including Connectors, Graph APIs, HoloLens Support, and iOS Add-Ins