While the HoloLens definitely got the most attention at Build 2015, Microsoft made many other announcements that will aid developers, companies and scientists to create products and services to enable a better, more productive and healthier life.

 

This year, I had the great opportunity to attend the Microsoft Developer Conference //build in San Francisco. I got the ticket through the Microsoft Ventures Alumni Network and was excited to go.

The day 1 keynote announced the consumer-focused products like Windows 10 and HoloLens while day 2 was really a deep-dive into how Microsoft is making it easier for developers to reach a wider audience with less effort. One of the sessions I attended was about the Microsoft Band. The SDKs for iOS, Android and Windows Phone were explained which almost offer the same features.

 

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Sebastian

I'm a software developer, photographer and entrepreneur who loves beautiful design and intuitive user interfaces.

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