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In this presentation, Lars takes us through an exciting look at holographic programming, specifically focusing on the yet-to-be-released Microsoft HoloLens
“Virtual reality and augmented reality are terms most developers and technical enthusiasts recognize. What about “Mixed reality”? A reality that is part real world, part digital world, a reality that is enhanced with Holograms. Microsoft’s HoloLens introduces users to an entirely new way of thinking about computing. Learn how to use the Holographic Development Kit (HDK) to build completely new experiences that will blow your mind (only figuratively, I hope), and get a sense for what is possible. You will be challenged to think of how to solve problems in an entirely new way that leverage holographic projections, to provide intuitive natural interactions with the digital world.”
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Lars Klint is freelance Solution Architect, Pluralsight Author, Microsoft MVP, and keen tech geek with a passion for the Microsoft ecosystem. He is a stickler for best practices and using industry standards to produce awesome, robust, and maintainable software. He was selected among 10 in the world to participate in Nokia’s FutureCapture hackathon in Sweden, developing cutting edge prototypes for the Nokia Lumia phones and won the Melbourne AppFest for his Image of The Day Windows Phone Application.
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“Hey Dev, stop for a Sec… it’s not all about Ops!” Admit it! Ever since you adopted DevOps, things are spinning way faster than you thought they would. Tools are taking care of the CI/CD process, an APM platform gives you insights into issues in production, and you are fully focused on your code. Having…
Quick analysis of the Cambridge Analytica scandal currently facing Facebook.
Office 2019 will only work on Windows 10 + what’s the difference between an MSI and Click To Run? | Adam Cogan
Office 2019 will only work on Windows 10. We also cover Windows installer technologies; what’s the difference between an MSI and Click To Run?
This is not the same container 101 talk you’ve seen a dozen times. The point of this talk is how to ship a container to production, once you’ve built it. We’ll containerize a .net core app, debug locally, set up continuous deployment, set up a container cluster and deploy to it.