The Windows Insider team is gearing up to host its latest webcast, and this time we'll get a deep-dive into just how Microsoft's engineering systems work. Featuring discussion from the engineering team, the webcast is set to kick off on the Windows Insider Mixer channel starting at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET (find your local time here).
Ready for the next #WindowsInsider webcast? Tune in tomorrow at 10am PDT (5pm UTC)! Engineering Systems deep-dive! https://t.co/gKWNaPO4le pic.twitter.com/3eXVhk2LgLReady for the next #WindowsInsider webcast? Tune in tomorrow at 10am PDT (5pm UTC)! Engineering Systems deep-dive! https://t.co/gKWNaPO4le pic.twitter.com/3eXVhk2LgL— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) August 28, 2017August 28, 2017
It may not be the broadest topic in the world, but if you're an Insider who is particularly curious about Microsoft's engineering systems, this webcast should be a fun watch. So, get ready to tune in to the webcast on Mixer or in the video embed above.
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