Notes from Microsoft Build Conference 2020

Some notes from the 3-day online MSFT Build Conference held on May 2020Recording of all sessions: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2020

  • Microsoft Teams user base grew to 75 million in April!
  • Github is the home for developers
    • Lots of Visual Studio Code integration
    • CI/CD with Github Actions
    • Remote developer productivity with Codespaces
    • Codespaces in Github is very similar to Cloud Shells: an IDE in the browser integrated with github repo, with browser preview and Azure Static Web Apps integration.
    • https://github.com/features/codespaces/
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSDL)
    • WSDL 2 will be released with the next Windows (~ Sept)
    • Almost native Linux Kernel – Faster – Can open Linux GUI apps
    • Docker Desktop runs better on WSDL
  • Power Platform
    • Tool to building low-code/no-code apps
    • Great for quick data-driven business apps
    • Integrates nicely with Teams, reaching a wide audience instantly
  • Azure
    • 95% of Fortune 500 use Azure
    • Azure Arc is the first control plane for multi-cloud env
    • Azure Static Web App http://aka.ms/staticwebaapps
      • A modern web app service that offers streamlined full-stack development from source code to global high availability.
      • Very easy a quick to spin up a production app from github
    • Cloud Native App Development
      • Spot pricing
      • Kubenertes Engine – Run windows servers
      • Cosmos DB
        • Free tier
        • Serverless pricing
        • Auto-scale
      • Azure Cognitive Services
        • Vision
        • Speech
        • Search
        • Language

Author: Luis Carrazana

Skilled Senior Technology Consultant and Strategist, with 15+ of experience advising and assisting customers from small and large companies from multiple industries, including Pharma, Insurance and Financial Services. Leveraging the right technology for the right job. Passionate about Software Craftsmanship, Quality, Agile, DevOps and Cloud Computing.

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