After you start building and deploying images to your many Azure resources that run containers, you'll likely want to have more control over your images. You can keep the images private to your subscription, and you can keep them network-close to reduce latency and ingress/egress charges while using common CLIs like Docker login, pull, and push. Steve Lasker reviews the preview of Azure Container Registry.
We will take a look at what's new in Kinect for Windows v2 including the improvements in core sources like Infrared and Depth data. We will also show how the new Kinect Studio enables Kinect development even while travelling via plane, train, or automobile (note: you should not dev and drive) and how Kinect Interactions can be used to add a new input modality to Windows Store applications.