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A non-developer's guide to all the stuff Microsoft announced at its Build 2017 conference

Microsoft wants Windows 10 everywhere.
Microsoft Build 2017 Conference

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took an interesting approach to his opening speech at the 2017 Build conference, tasking engineers with preventing AI and other advanced tech from bringing about a dystopian 1984-style future.


This week’s Microsoft Build conference was aimed pretty squarely at the development community, but as always, there were some interesting bits in there for other people who don’t live and breathe the code. Here’s a short list of the things you may have missed if you’re not embedded in Microsoft’s community of developers (developers, developers, developers…)

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