Check out the experiences from Day 1 of Microsoft’s Developer Conference. Check out announcements on new and evolving technologies coming from Microsoft.
Day 1 of Microsoft Build 2017 began with Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO opening the event with the Keynote session. He shared on Microsoft’s vision for it’s technologies and how they see them impacting the world. Harry Shum, EVP Microsoft AI and Research spoke about how AI has the potential to disrupt every industry. Microsoft’s EVP Cloud & Enterprise, Scott Guthrie followed to share on the cloud and new Azure services.
Microsoft aims to empower every developer for a new era of intelligent cloud and intelligent edge.
“Digital technology and its impact on every corner of our lives is profound today. Every part of our economies and our society, whether it’s precision agriculture or precision medicine, is being shaped by the advances in digital technology.
The opportunity for developers to have broad, deep impact on all parts of society has never been greater — and with all this opportunity comes enormous responsibility.- Satya Nadella ”
Here below is the keynote session and read more on the intelligent cloud and edge shared by Satya.
Watching Microsoft Senior Product Marketing, Laura Jones demo Cortana in a car(not a real car) on stage and how it was integrated in other services was a sight.
From Day 1 Keynote, developers here are some updates :
Azure Batch AI Training is a new Azure offering
Microsoft has the industry’s broadest offering of cognitive services with 29 of them now, and with unique customization options
— Sylvester Addo (@silverscholar) May 10, 2017
New Microsoft Graph APIs were made available to developers, including APIs from SharePoint and Planner
Any developer can now publish for Microsoft Teams
Visual Studio 2017 for Mac, out of preview and now generally available
— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) May 10, 2017
New MySQL- and PostgreSQL-managed services are joining Azure SQL Database to give developers expanded choice and flexibility
- Azure Cosmos DB was announced
- Azure IoT Edge
Cortana Skills Kit is now in public preview