Windows 10 brings new features for developers targeting the phone, tablet and desktop PC gamers. In addition to DirectX 12 and improved access to modern features, there are better tools for developing, debugging, and profiling games. Learn how your new Windows PC games can take advantage of Windows 10 capabilities and get tips on making your current Windows games work great on Windows 10.
Sensors are changing the way we live and how we experience the world around us as they become ubiquitous across all form factors: large screen, laptops, tablets, phones, wearables and IoT devices. This session provides an overview of the unified development story for sensors and the key investments in Windows 10. Topics include: Overview of the sensors support for Windows 10, New sensors support, New devices: Barometer, Long Range Proximity, and custom sensors, Composite sensors and activity tracking, Sensors driver architecture: Sensors Framework, driver models, DDSI surface and related WDK samples, and How to bring up your sensors on Windows: step-by step guide and tips, driver validation (HLK). Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.
Now that SharePoint is a supported workload on Azure IaaS, the next step is determining the design considerations and limitations that you need to be aware of before deploying your next SharePoint solution. This session has you covered. Learn from the team who has created the detailed spec on how to deploy SharePoint in Azure IaaS and also see how MSIT is doing it for our internal customers.