The Expectations, Hopes, and Dreams for Microsoft’s Build 2016 Conference
Microsoft's Build 2016 conference is two weeks away and to help set the expectations for the event, Brad Sams outlines what might be discussed.
Mar 16, 2016|Brad Sams
The Sams Report EP 29: Build, Astoria And OneDrive Placeholders
On this episode, I cover the all the news that Microsoft announced this week including the end of Astoria, hints about Build, OneDrive placeholders and a lot more.
Feb 26, 2016|Brad Sams
Microsoft Cancels Astoria, Lays The Foundation For Build
Microsoft has announced that they are canceling their Android bridge, Astoria and also gave a few hints about what to expect at Build 2016.
Feb 25, 2016|Brad Sams
Visual Studio 2015 Update 2 CTP and Team Foundation Server 2015 Update 2 RC 1 Now Available To Download
Microsoft has released a new preview version of Visual Studio 2015 and Team Foundation Server 2015 that are now available for testing.
Feb 16, 2016|Brad Sams
Building a PowerShell Console Menu Revisited, Part 2
PowerShell scripter Jeff Hicks completes his exploration of building PowerShell menu oriented scripts by exporting and importing XML.
Feb 4, 2016|Jeff Hicks
Building a PowerShell Console Menu Revisited, Part 1
PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks revisits a popular topic about creating PowerShell console based menus for your scripts.
Jan 25, 2016|Jeff Hicks
Microsoft’s Build Conference Sells Out In One Minute
Microsoft opened the doors for its Build conference registration today and if you were planning on attending, the event is now sold-out but you can still join the wait list.
Jan 19, 2016|Brad Sams
Microsoft’s Build 2016 Registration Opens January 19th
Microsoft has announced that registration for its Build 2016 conference will open up on January 19th at 9 AM and the event will likely sell out quickly.
Jan 13, 2016|Brad Sams
Toshiba to Lose $5.4 Billion in 2015, Shed 7,800 Jobs
Toshiba announced this morning that it will likely post a record $5.4 billion loss for fiscal 2015 as an historically bad accounting scandal has exploded to encompass virtually all of the company.
Dec 21, 2015|Paul Thurrott