Luring Developers: Can Microsoft Dynamics Benefit from a Windows 8 App Push?


The post-Windows 8 world is a whole different ballgame for Microsoft. With secrecy surrounding the new OS finally broken and its unified interface making consumer and IT tech rounds, it's time for the desktop giant to think about what comes next.

First on that list is their BUILD conference on October 30th, but after the Windows 8 launch, Surface RT and a new Windows phone release, what's left? As Loyd Case at PCWorld points out, this is a developer's conference and while the Redmond team might be exhausted from pushing all their new shiny technology out the door, now isn't the time for resting on laurels.

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About Doug Bonderud

A freelance writer since 2009, I have a particular passion for technology and its impact on our daily lives. As an evolving resource, technology changes us as much as we inform its development, providing fertile ground for thought.

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