While most of the world froze in place to follow the endless stream of U.S. presidential election coverage, we continued to push forward in the world of Windows Developer. And by push forward, we humbly admit that we just kept geeking out over the new Surface Dial and its recently released APIs. (Check out the Surface Dial and more updates from our event here.)
What Devs Need to Know about the Windows 10 Creators Update & New Surface Devices
We recently learned that you can tweak the Surface Dial to be the ultimate debugging tool. Check it out here:
Hey devs, did you know that you can use the new Surface Dial as a debugging tool? Find out how: https://t.co/u0BbSjD9nT pic.twitter.com/x6uDDobFp6
— Windows Developer #LastSlice???? (@windowsdev) November 11, 2016
And while the politicians duked it out in the electoral college, one particular MVP found himself in a higher stakes conflict – battling aliens in a mall.
Insider Preview Build 14965
TL;DR – A bunch of updates and improvements across the board. Check out Dona’s post by clicking above.
And, on a high note, we had a great time hosting our Microsoft MVPs in Redmond this week. Thank you to everyone who attended and helped organize the event. Here’s a quick recap from Day One:
We appreciate all you do, MVPs – thank you! Here's a @Ch9 video recap of #MVPSummit: Day 1: https://t.co/a9xk8Alf9J
— MVP Award Program (@MVPAward) November 8, 2016
Overall, regardless of what happens politically, there will always be more bugs to squash and even more code to write. So, on that note, have a great weekend; We’ll be right here waiting for you on Monday morning!
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