Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) enables .NET developers to build rich and powerful Windows desktop applications using managed languages and XAML. In this session we'll cover all the latest innovations available to WPF developers such as improvements coming from .NET, integration points with the latest cloud technologies and enhanced tooling & profiling capabilities in Visual Studio.
In this session, Sam will give an overview of the new Hybrid Connections feature. With this feature, customers can easily connect their cloud services with their existing on premises resources. Sam will demonstrate the various capabilities of this new service and will discuss the advanced features, such as load balancing, Always On connectivity, connection cardinality, automation and performance.
In this session we explore a set of common issues encountered during the Windows 8.1 deployment process, digging as deeply as possible into the root causes and understanding how to troubleshoot similar issues.
This session describes Ultra High Definition, its importance and how Microsoft supports UHD in Windows 10, as well as actions for partners to provide compelling experiences. In addition, this session provides details on the hardware-based Digital Rights Management (DRM) feature. Topics include: How Ultra High Definition is changing the industry, and Implementing Hardware Digital Rights Management. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.