SAN FRANCISCO— Over the past three days, Microsoft dropped a variety of mind-bombs on developers here at Build 2015, with reveals of projects that promise to make it easier for them to run applications on practically anything, even if they were originally written to run on non-Microsoft platforms. But perhaps the most buzzworthy sessions and demos outside the keynote addresses were around Microsoft’s efforts for the Internet of Things (both with Windows 10 and the Azure cloud) and the “Holographic Academy” sessions some developers attended to get a first hands-on experience with Microsoft’s HoloLens. Here’s a photographic diary of some of the highlights of Build.
Breakfast with a few thousand of our close friends.
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