Ahead of each recent major update to Windows 10, Microsoft has held a Windows Developer Day dedicated to going over what's new for developers. Today, Microsoft announced that it's gearing up to dive in once more with the next Windows Developer Day on March 7.
Like previous Developer Day live streams, the March stream will include a keynote from Windows Developer Platform Lead Kevin Gallo, along with a Q&A and other streaming sessions based around the upcoming Redstone 4 update. For this session, Microsoft says it is focusing on features and improvements centered around two topics in particular. From Microsoft:
- Building for the modern workplace – Upgrade and redefine your code. We'll discuss improvements on how we're evolving our platform to make it easier than ever to update your existing Windows applications with new functionality.
- Making your applications part of the intelligent edge – The ability to have software quickly make complex calculations and inferences is critical for building applications in a fast-changing market. Learn how you can enable your application to be a native part of the intelligent edge.
If you're a developer who is interested in tuning in, the next Windows Developer Day will kick off at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET (find your local time here) on March 7. If you can't make it, Microsoft has previously made Developer Day sessions available on-demand after the event, and that will likely be the case again. For more, you can sign up to get a calendar invite for the live stream and keynote at Microsoft.
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