In a world where a person’s portfolio of devices and peripherals interoperate seamlessly, docking plays an important role by enabling portability and productivity through quickly, seamlessly, and more securely connecting the peripherals a user needs to accomplish a task. This session will provide system and device builders with the guidance to create great hardware that lights up the Windows 10 docking user experience. Topics include: overview of the Windows 10 docking user experience, implementation details for docking technologies: WiGig, Miracast, USB type-C, and guidance for solutions with custom docking connectors. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.
Join us for this fun and informative session and learn some of the amazing benefits that come from being able to "See Everything!" in your virtual environment. Whether you are running VMware, Hyper-V, or both this session will change the way you think about monitoring and its benefits in your network
Reactive vs proactive troubleshooting.
Alerts, Reporting, and Capacity Planning
Supporting heterogeneous VM environments from a single interface.
We've also got powerful debugging capabilities such as Browser Link, and an extensible platform where extension creators can make your experience even better such as what Web Essentials extension brings to our community.
In this session this will be your opportunity to do a live Q&A with the Visual Studio product team that works on these code editors, extensions and debugging experience.
Mads Kristensen, with expertise in Visual Studio HTML/CSS editors and design/debug features such as Browser Link. Also the creator of Web Essentials.
Damian Edwards, with expertise in the full ASP.NET framework stack, and extensive knowledge of real-time communication technology SignalR