This was a very busy week for all of us here at Windows Phone Central. We went up to San Francisco to attend Build 2014. There Microsoft officially announced Windows Phone 8.1, a new update to Windows 8.1, Windows on Devices and much more. Friday we snuck up to Petaluma, California to visit TWiT Studios for an in-studio taping of Windows Weekly 356. Daniel Rubino joined Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott and Leo Laporte for an episode to talk all about //BUILD/ and beer.
You can watch the episode above. Or you can download the episode in your favorite podcast application. There’s both video and audio feeds for Windows Weekly. Though it’s highly recommended that you do the video version for this particular version. You don’t want to miss seeing the Joe Belfiore picture on the desk! You can grab the episode in the link at the very end.
Did you make it to the taping or watch live? Sound off in the comments!
Source: Windows Weekly 356
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