Live Blog: Microsoft Build 2015 Opening Keynote, Day 2
It’s the second day of Microsoft’s annual developers conference, Build, happening in San Francisco. Once again, it’s opening with a keynote. We’re live blogging it, but be forewarned. Unless you’re a developer, it’s likely to be incredibly boring.
So why bother live blogging it? Hey, you never know. We don’t know exactly what will covered, but Microsoft is likely to dive deeper into the key focus of yesterday’s keynote. That was how iOS and Android apps can be easily converted, according to Microsoft, for use on Windows 10 devices.
Our story yesterday has more about this: How Microsoft Plans For Windows 10 To Rule The World By Leveraging iOS & Android. Today’s keynote will probably have more details on how developers can actually do some of this stuff. Perhaps there will be interesting parts for non-developers, too.
You can follow along with the live blog below that begins at 8:30am PT and lasts until the keynote is scheduled to end at 11:00am. You can also follow our Marketing Land account on Twitter. If anything particularly interesting comes up, we’ll tweet it. Then you can come back and tune-in again to the live blog, if you decided to take a break. There’s also a livestream from Microsoft here.
(By the way, if you don’t see the live blog below, give it up to a minute to load. We’re looking into why this sometimes happens, but it does always load).