At past Microsoft Build developer conferences, we were usually treated to peeks at upcoming features for Windows and Office. But in recent years, Microsoft has shifted the conference to truly focus on developers—corporate developers in particular—and Build 2019 was no exception.
Despite any displeasure this strategy may cause to diehard Windows fans, it’s been a winning strategy for Microsoft. I know Satya Nadella doesn’t approve of using market cap as a measure of how well a tech company is doing, but it’s hard to ignore it when your company becomes the most valuable company on the planet. Here’s a look at some trends that emerged at Microsoft Build 2019.
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