Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19037

Hello Windows Insiders, today we’re releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19037.1 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast and Slow rings. If you want a complete look at what build is in which Insider ring, head over to Flight Hub. You can also check out the rest of our documentation here including a complete […]

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Building a more successful workforce with Dynamics 365 Human Resources

Microsoft delivers solutions that enable businesses to build winning teams and create a workplace where people can succeed. To help ensure we are providing the very best solutions to empower employees, and as we look at LinkedIn’s unique strengths in the talent acquisition market, we plan to refocus our HR technology roadmap and partnership investmentsRead more

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The Q# Advent Calendar and improving the Q# test and debug experience

It’s December and that means it’s time for the Q# Advent Calendar! Every day leading up to December 24th there will be a new blog post on one of a myriad of topics related to Q#, written by Q# community members, as well as the Microsoft Quantum team. This is the second annual Q# AdventRead more

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Easier management of PolyBase and relational data through SQL Server 2019

The days when a database administrator (DBA) could specialize solely in a single database technology are rapidly ending. Today, we’re much more likely than ever before to be asked to bring together many types of data from diverse sources. Although specialization still has its place, having the knowledge and tools at our disposal to crossRead more

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Game of Drones at NeurIPS 2019: Simulation-based drone-racing competition built on AirSim

Drone racing has transformed from a niche activity sparked by enthusiastic hobbyists to an internationally televised sport. In parallel, computer vision and machine learning are making rapid progress, along with advances in agile trajectory planning, control, and state estimation for quadcopters. These advances enable increased autonomy and reliability for drones. More recently, the unmanned aerial […]

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Microsoft Research Open Data Project: Evolving our standards for data access and reproducible research

Last summer we announced Microsoft Research Open Data—an Azure-based repository-as-a-service for sharing datasets—to encourage the reproducibility of research and make research data assets readily available in the cloud. Among other things, the project started a conversation between the community and Microsoft’s legal team about dataset licensing. Inspired by these conversations, our legal team developed a […]

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Imagining the future from an alternative perspective

What do you believe creates our future? We believe it’s imagination. Take a moment to imagine with us. What if the clothes you wear could be both beautiful and alert you to increases in harmful pollution? What if cloud technologies based on optics could make datacenters more affordable and more sustainable? What if we could…

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Microsoft Forms Pro updates help improve customer feedback management

According to the Customers | The Future of B-to-B Customer Experience reportby Walker Information Inc, by 2020, analysts predict that customer experience will outpace price and product as a key brand differentiator. Across the customer journey, now’s the time to optimize the customer experience, from the first time a customer visits the website or campaignRead more

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