#MSBuild Day 2 Keynote

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Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore, and Alex Kipman show us how software continues to transform the world in remarkable ways, with developers at the center of it. 

[01:21] Terry Myerson Opening Statements
[03:40] Focus on creativity
[05:36] Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Announcement
[06:21] Windows Story Remix Announcement
[08:49] Lorraine Bardeen demonstrates Story Remix
[20:54] Joe Belfiore Talks about features and technologies behind Story Remix
[23:22] Microsoft Fluent Design System
[31:36] Windows and Microsoft Graph
[33:34] Windows PCs Loves Devices via Microsoft Graph
[45:51] Cloud-powered Clipboard Announcement
[49:33] Abolade Gbadegesin Project Rome Architect
[52:02] Moldering Legacy Application demonstration
[53:02] .NET Standard 2.0 for UWP Announcement
[54:51] XAML Standard 1.0 Announcement
[1:02:03] Project Rome SDK For iOS Announcement
[1:07:48] Terry Myerson and Continuous Delivery to Windows Store
[1:08:18] Full UWP Capabilities in Visual Studio Mobile Center Announcement
[1:10:03] iTunes coming to Windows Store Announcement
[1:10:42] SAP Digital Boardroom coming to Windows Store Announcement
[1:11:26] Andy Mott, Autodesk's Sketchbook as a UWP Application
[1:13:31] Autodesk's Stingray
[1:14:38] Windows 10 as Development Box
[1:15:06] Ubuntu via Windows Store Announcement
[1:15:46] SUSE and Fedora via Windows Store Announcement
[1:16:24] Xamarin Live Player demonstration
[1:19:29] Windows Narrator Dev Mode demonstration
[1:21:38] Terry Myerson and Mixed Reality
[1:25:35] Alex Kipman on Mixed Reality
[1:34:59] Motion Controllers for Windows Mixed Reality Announcement
[1:37:30] Acer and Motion Controllers Holiday Package Announcement
[1:39:50] Cirque du Soleil HoloLens demonstration
[1:49:25] Acer and HP Mixed Reality Dev Kit now available via Microsoft Store Announcement

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2

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Keynote Day 2

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KEY02

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WSCC Hall 4EF

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    The Discussion

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      PeteAUS

      Files on demand looks great. Hoping there is a way we can manage types of desktop files that can sync for the Enterprise.

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      user

      I really like this presentation, but augmented reality part was awkward.

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      Kevin Hamilton

      As a former Windows developer that switched to the Mac, I think I'm on the verge of switching back. Microsoft is pushing the boundaries on the end-user PC experience, something Apple hasn't done in some time.

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      Nick

      Terry's lost a lot of weight! Good for him.

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      Anonymous

      When will Xamarin support Visual Basic?
      I have hundreds of WPF Applications written in VB.
      But I can't port them to Android and iOS unless translate all UI codes from VB to C#.

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      Steve

      "Anonymous
      When will Xamarin support Visual Basic?
      I have hundreds of WPF Applications written in VB.
      But I can't port them to Android and iOS unless translate all UI codes from VB to C#."

      Use Jetbrains dotpeek to port your source code to C# ;-)

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      HappyBudda

      hope visual studio will be as easy as like old visual basic.still too hard to make a app.

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      DRTigerlilly

      So all of a sudden scrolling with the pen is new?? after it was broken with Windows 10?

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      Vaibhav

      When it is said that iTunes will be available in Windows Store, will it be available on Windows Mobile devices as well? I have a Lumia 950 XL running the latest Windows 10 available for it.

      Also, when is iTunes coming to the Store?

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      Bilawal aslam

      please help to create a window level id

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      LUMUMING

      避免问题的同时在产生新的问题。

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