Windows announced their Insider Dev Tour for 2019! This news comes in right after the Microsoft Build Developer Conference that occured in Seattle Washington May 6-7, which happens every year. Their statement included their agenda ideas, along with countries that will be participating. Read on: “Agenda varies by location, but you can expect to find developer demo-focused practical sessions with topics such as: Introduction to Microsoft Graph Services Web Development with NodeJS and Microsoft Developer Tools Embedded and IoT Solutions with Microsoft Windows IoT Core Command Line / Terminal and Windows Subsystem for Linux Coding your Future with the Windows Insider Program Desktop Apps with the Microsoft Graph UWP User Interfaces with the latest APIS and OSS libraries Developing with the New Edge Browser Desktop Apps with .NET Core AI Platform / Machine Learning on Windows Progressive Web Apps with the New Edge NET Core 3.0 Build apps for Microsoft Teams with Microsoft Graph and Web Technology The day will start, of course, with a great keynote that covers the best from Microsoft Build.” - Windows Blog They add that if registration is not available right now for you to check back on the blog for the next several days.
Mark your calendars for next month. Apples' Worldwide Developers Conference is right around the corner, and is expected to be filled with a handful of goodness. This year, it's located San Jose, CA, June 3–7, and though tickets have already been cleared out, you can still watch the Keynote. The keynote where Apple will introduce upcoming software and new hardware will include a few upgrades, such as: iOS 13 macOS 10.15 New Music, Podcasts, and Books apps watchOS 6 While Apple hasn't announced when the keynote will start, it usually kicks off at 10 am PDT, so keep a look out.
Mark your calendars for this Monday, May 6th for Microsoft Build 2019. Microsoft's 8th annual developer conference will start off with a student technology competition, followed by a keynote presentation. The event begins at 8 a.m. PT. Watch it here: https://news.microsoft.com/build2019/ This year, according to the website, will focus on "empowering developers of all kinds, from experienced computer scientists to tech beginners with big ideas." Don't miss out.