Microsoft Build this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic was organized in the form of an online event. As every year, the conference provided participants with a variety of information from the world of Microsoft technologies. Microsoft Build is an annual conference dedicated to developers, journalists and enthusiasts of technological innovations from Microsoft.
Conference recording are available for free at: https://mybuild.microsoft.com/
The event began with a speech by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
The recording of the speech is presented below:
Satya Nadella highlighted the role of technology in the time of the COVID-19. In addition, he mentioned about tools for developers: GiTHub, Visual Studio Code and Microsoft Azure. Power Platform will be another tool that will play a big role. Currently 3.5 million users use Power Platfrom to create personalized applications.
Below is a video summarizing the conference in the form of attractive video material:
Information that was presented during Microsoft Build 2020
HoloLens 2 will be available in another 14 countries.
Linux GUI applications for Windows 10
Linux graphics applications will be able to run on Windows 10.
The assumption of this project is to unify Win32 and UWP applications.
Fluid is a technology that supports the co-creation and sharing of documents. During the conference, it was announced that Fluid Framework would be available to developers in the form of Open Source licenses.
Cloud for healthcare
Microsoft has revealed a cloud solution that is dedicated specifically for healthcare.
For the development of artificial intelligence (Open AI), a super computer with 285,000 cores and 10,000 graphics systems with a total capacity of 400 Gb/s was built. Details about the supercomputer were presented by CTO Microsoft Kevin Scott:
There could not be information about the success of Microsoft Teams. Currently, 75 million users use the application daily. By the way, further integration of MS Teams with external apps (including Bookings and Power BI) has been announced.