Two of the software development engineers who helped integrate OneNote into Surface Pro 3 say the experience – involving collaboration between teams, an obsession with the customer experience and driving innovation – was a great example of how working at Microsoft can be so gratifying for software developers.
The site is for developers transforming solutions to the cloud, as well as getting started building on Office 365. It provides a central location for upcoming Microsoft and third-party events, easier access to key sample code and apps that would make the development process easier, and training resources.
Recognizing the best applications in four categories, Microsoft’s //publish/ event series rewards developer innovation with prizes that include $10,000 “ultimate dev cave” packages, Lumia 1520 smartphones, Makerbot 3D printers and trips to the U.S. Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Head over to the Kinect for Windows Blog to find out more about how to start developing a Windows application by using Kinect for Windows using Cinder and openFrameworks, popular open-source graphic frameworks focusing on native C++ development.
In a new video on the Office Blog, Jeremy Thake, senior product manager at Office Developer, joins Jeremy Chapman, director at Office 365, to discuss developer options for Office with the new app model, and how core concepts from the old models fit in.