- Let's run through some announcements. No picks, tips this week
- Guests: Brad Sams and Richard Campbell
- Demo fail. It was a moonshot gone bad
- What's new in Chredge: IE Mode, Collections, new tracking settings
- Virtual assistants (including Cortana) to get smarter
- Genoa (Minecraft as Pokemon)
- Fluid Framework
- .NET 5
- New terminal, WSL 2.0. There's a Linux kernel in this thing!
- Lots of database news – Richard Campbell
- Tomorrow (Tuesday): Build Blogger Bash at The Pinebox! A short walk from the convention centre. 7-9 pm no RSVP needed!
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- Microsoft's Bringing New Privacy Controls, IE functionality, and Collections to Edge
- Build 2019: Microsoft promises new 'conversational engine' to make virtual assistants, including Cortana, more useful
- Compound documents are back.
- Build 2019: Microsoft Announces .NET 5
- Build 2019: Windows 10 to Pick Up Tabbed Terminal, More
- Microsoft 'Builds' its data story, in the cloud and at the edge