Windows 10 Creators Update’s developer features to get detailed next month

Microsoft today announced a new “Windows Developers Day” for the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update. As Microsoft isn’t holding a developer conference before the release of the Windows 10 Creators Update, the company is instead going to do an online event where developers will be able to get a closer look at some of the upcoming developer features that are coming with the Creators Update.

Windows 10’s Creators Update doesn’t include a lot of major features for developers, but there are still quite a lot of improvements that are coming with the Creators Update.

Here’s what to expect from the Windows Developers Day:

  • See what’s new with Windows developer tooling: UWP tooling, BASH, Developer mode, and more.
  • Learn about the latest XAML advancements and how UWP helps you build Windows apps that are more personal and productive.
  • Hear the developer story behind the recent announcements of Cortana skills and the new Windows mixed-reality headsets.
  • We’ll close out the event with a live Q&A panel to answer your burning questions.

The Windows Developers Day event will be streamed on February 8, and you will have to register before February 8 to be able to watch the live-stream here.

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