We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac Bowden and Daniel Rubino are home safe and sound from Microsoft Build 2019, and they have a ton of insight into the various announcements from the conference. Cortana lives as Microsoft continues its deep investment of research into contextual AI. UWP is changing slightly, but it remains an important tool for developers. Likewise, Fluent Design System has gone cross platform.
There's also plenty of Edge news, and Zac shares his first hands-on experience with HoloLens 2!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was streamed live on May 10 2019.
- Microsoft Cortana, and why the future of AI is contextual
- Microsoft's Fluent Design System goes cross platform with iOS, Android, and the web
- Top 5 announcements from Microsoft Build 2019
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