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Microsoft Build 2016 Keynote (Day 1) Full Event (Transcript)

Satya Nadella

Title: Microsoft Build 2016 Conference Keynote (Day 1) Full Event – Transcript

Event Date: March 30, 2016 in San Francisco, CA.


Satya Nadella – CEO, Microsoft

Terry Myerson – EVP, Windows and Devices Group

Bryan Roper – Executive Demo Lead at Microsoft

Kevin Gallo – Director, Windows Developer Platform at Microsoft

Phil Spencer – Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Game Studios

Ashley Speicher – Lead Software Design Engineer at Microsoft

Alex Kipman – Chief Evangelist for HoloLens, Microsoft

Dr. Pamela Davis – Dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Marcus Ash – Group Program Manager for Cortana

Lilian Rincon – Group Program Manager, Skype

Dan Driscoll – Microsoft Senior Research Development Engineer

Lili Cheng – General Manager, FUSE Labs, Microsoft Research

Cornelia Carapcea – ‎Senior Program Manager Lead at Microsoft



Satya Nadella – CEO, Microsoft

Good morning. Good morning, and welcome to Build 2016. It’s fantastic to be back here in San Francisco. Welcome to everyone here with us, as well as everyone joining us on the web.

You know, for me it feels like I’ve marked all my adult life with Microsoft developer conferences. In fact, when I think about even the birth of my children, I think about the various platform eras at Microsoft. My son belongs to IaaS, and my daughters are all .NET. And so it’s so fantastic to be back here and talking to developers.

I mean, there’s one thing that’s so unique about developer conferences. Developers come here excited already about technology. They get to see more technology, meet more people who are talking technology. But most importantly, they walk away inspired by what they see, what they learn, to build even more cooler technology. That uniqueness of developer conferences is what we want to celebrate here over the next three days. That ability of developers to amplify technology is what we want to talk about over the course of this conference at Build.

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