With data storage demands increasing every day, conventional storage will not be enough in the future. Enter DNA-based storage, with its ability to store information on a molecular level, it could revolutionize data storage in the age beyond big data. And researchers have recently came one step closer to making this technology real.

Researchers at Microsoft and the late Microsoft founder Paul Allen’s school of computing science at the University of Washington has built a system of liquids, tubes, syringes, and electronics around a benchtop to deliver the world’s first automated DNA storage device.

I am excited that I can now finally talk about this initiative publicly: an online AI training course geared towards business decision makers.

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Find out what Microsoft Windows IoT has planned for 2019! Get an early look into how Windows IoT can help you quickly build safe, smart devices that can be the foundation of your IoT solutions.

Join the Microsoft team at an #IoTInActionMS event: http://bit.ly/2O5gPHn

When IoT and AI come together to make buildings smarter, anything can happen. Microsoft’s campus is a great playground for developing and testing solutions such as project “Garcon”.

Ganesh and Olivier give us a quick walkthrough and demo of the project, including the infamous “tell me a joke” one.

Would you like to know what it takes to create great .NET class libraries? Confused about .NET Standard, .NET Core, and .NET Framework?

Watch this talk to learn how you can easily support multiple platforms with .NET Standard and no compromises, thanks to via multi-targeting. We’ll also cover the other aspects, such as versioning, strong naming, and binding redirects.

Microsoft and Apple- both these tech giants brought computers to the fingertips of people all around the world. Both got their start around the same time and both became iconic worldwide brands in a short period of time. Both diversified in different directions yet still competed fiercely for market share.

Disclaimer: I work for Microsoft. So, while I do have a personal opinion, I thought this was an interesting fresh look at the age old question: Mac or PC. 🙂

.NET Conf is streaming to a device near you September 12th – 14th! Watch this FREE, 3 day virtual developer event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft. Over the course of the three days you have a wide selection of live sessions with speakers from the community and .NET product teams.

In this episode, Beth Massi – Product Marketing Manager for .NET, gives us a sneak peak of this year’s conference and its new format.

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