hmmm......... will .NET 5.0 be there ??? or is this Windows Blue focused ??
.NET 5.0 ?
Windows Blue ?
.NET 6.0 ?
C# 6.0 ?
There will be no live streaming????
Hello Windows Blue
Where is the live stream?
they're going to launch visual studio 2013 and win 8.1 maybe
I am a Chinese user, really looking forward to
Will here be a live stream?
For everyone who is asking.
Yes, this is live streamed. See the details in the description of the post. It is not live streamed on this page, it is streamed on http://channel9.msdn.com and it is streamed at 9am PDT (about 1 hour from now)
Just awaiting for Windows 8.1 ! It will be the bes OS ever (for developers) !
l like windows 8.1
get that Windows 8.1 ISO already :D
China Unicom 200KB/s+
@Windows 9 哈哈，有趣
wait for win blue
visit http://channel9.msdn.com/ for live streaming
Live stream appears to have crashed.
There seems to be some problem with livestream. Its stopping abruptly and the video and audio are not in sync. Kinda unstable.
Stream from channel9 will play ~5s before stopping in latest IE10, Firefox, Chrome, Opera
Streaming work now. MS needs to spend more time on Silverlight
Is it still streaming? I just get a Sorry, and error has occurred message.
Ok, nevermind it's working.
Great feedback from MS on Windows 8.1 Lots of stuff updated matching the feedback from the Windows 8 preview and going beyond what has been featured in the media, i.e. DPI-scaling, multi-monitor, multiple snap-ins ... great with better support for multi-taskning, i.e. also more across screens. I personally wrote about the lack of that stuff like using multiple screens, DPI-scaling and lack of more snap-ins on the Windows blog and during preview posts on the Windows Pro forum. So very satisfied with that.
Also this session demonstrates more support for the new WinRT apps i.e. those kind of apps are now better provisioned with content and demonstrating the new strengths in the WinRT software constructions i.e. showing off using sensors (i.e. the cook book hands-free example). In general using virtualization to support the actual content that should go onto the screen. So that fits nicely with CSS and HTML. I.e. geo (fencing ) and other dimensions like time put into software construction still holds the promise of releasing great value across application domain uses - and it's potential has yet to be released in context with more virtualization and automation. Hopefully these software constructions coming up on "surfaces" and increasingly in the real world will help that happen in the few next years.
Allthough not covered explicitly in this keynote, I look very much forward to testing the geo fenching and in general extended virtualization of the (start) screen including support for multiple screens and partitioning of those.
... and any new API's concerned with the WinRT File Explorer.
Basicly, Windows 8.1. seems to have dealt with a lot more cross cutting concerns and seems more focused on demonstrating the value/effectivity of apps constructed using the WinRT (Surface) application infrastructure.
My stream bounced all over the place.
Is there a place where i can watch the full keynote.
The livestream crashed, and when i reloaded the page, i couldn't get back to where i left (i was 20 minutes behind livetime)
To whoever at Channel9 did this so fast: Thank you. You rock.
If you are having trouble watching this click the mp4 option.
It's so great. It's time for me to experience it.
can't download the keynote! is there a problem !
This guy forgot to say 'Good Morning' or 'Welcome' at beginning of his talk. This is some indicator about their perspective related to gray users.
Already installed 8.1 on every device. I agree with Computermensch, they really showed the value of developing for the WinRT platform. Its not some scaled down version of windows as it was marketed. It is a feature rich platform that offers *NEW* opportunities for developers across a wide range of devices. Your move Apple and Android.
I think Windows 8 is great on the desktop and 8.1 just makes things even better. However I'm still not convinced that a Windows tablet is better than an iPad for what most people use it for.
Saying that MS are definitely on the right track with the fully functioning touch devices with full Windows, we just need the hardware to catch up a little and their shouldn't be a need for two separate devices in the future. However the technology just isn't there yet, I just hope MS doesn't abandon the idea and follow their recent trend of changing direction.
I like the way that MS think that the on screen keyboard is great with the type ahead feature. Have they even looked at the Google Keyboard with their swipe functionality or even SwiftKey? Miles ahead.
If you are having trouble viewing, try other formats, I used Html5, and it worked great.
as you wish ... I'm staying with Windows 8
The video jumped around on me
GRÉÂT JOB MICROSOFT
How about providing bandwidth to satisfy the demand!? Video buffering like mad.
I am really sad Microsoft have Live Streaming bad quality. why Microsoft you must be more carefull what your developers problem even little small live streaming quality ;(
Very interesting keynote!
WOW... So the deverlopers went to the Day1 event they received a WP, a 8.1' W3 tablet, also a Surface Pro!!
Nice Catchy tune at the start! any idea where i can get that from??
@kidwong: No WP. But we got the 8" and Pro... (and 100GB of Skydrive space, $25 Windows Phone store credit)
That's still nice, 100GB space is a lot to me. (I which I can write apps too....) Hope u guys gonna develop more and more good apps testing with that two machines, on the video it looks soooo cool coding with surface pro, they are both on my considering list. and thanks for clarify, ;) W3 is 8" not 8.1".
I've got 4 words for you: touch, touch, touch, touch!
Video breaks and need to be reloaded.
Silverlight is a toy, please do HTML5 video instead.
@Marcin:Click on the Format button below the video and you can get HTML5 video. If you create a Channel 9 Profile, you can get set your profile to always use HTML5 Video...