InDev Podcast Episode 1: On the State of Microsoft (Fall 2015)

Welcome to the very first Podcast by the good folks of InDev, That’s Humanity…and Tech…In Development: A peculiar Blog. This is actually our third recorded blog as the first two experienced some technical difficulties. Your hosts this week is myself ArmofJustice a.k.a. Donald Haffenden, Jr, and Anthony Craft Co-editor of InDev.

Hear us talk about the October 6th, 2015 Microsoft Windows 10 devices Event. Hear us complain about Lumia and gush over Surface. Special thanks to Anthony as composer of our intro and outro music. We’ll see you next time interwebs. Mastered in 80kpbs.

Recording Date

October 10, 2015

Link to InDev Podcast Episode 1: On The State of Microsoft (Fall 2015)

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Hosts and Producers

Anthony Craft – Co-Host, Producer, Co-Editor-in-Chief of InDev News

Donald Roy Haffenden, Jr. – Co-Host, Producer, and Founder and Co-Editor-in-Chief of InDev News

Podcast Rundown

Introduction of Podcast & Brief Intro of Hosts (00:00)

Thoughts on The State of Microsoft in General (02:50)

110 Million Users of Windows 10 (in 10 weeks) (07:35)

Hololens: Mixed Reality (20:00)

Xbox One, Streaming, Xbox Elite SSD with Controller, Cortana on Xbox (28:16)

Microsoft Band 2 (37:25)

Lumia 950 and 950 XL with Display Dock (Surface Phone in distance?), Continuum and Liquid Cooling, Pockets and Money (45:15)

Surface Pro 4  & Surface Book (1:12:30)

Donald Haffenden, Jr

Donald Haffenden, Jr

I'm Donald Haffenden, Jr. , founder and Chief Editor of In Dev Blog, a subsidiary of Upbound Creations. In the day I teach 30 some high energy 5 year olds, but at night, I totally fight crime...with this keyboard. What can I say the pen is more powerful than the sword. I’m a alumnus of Trinity College (B.A. in Philosophy and Human Rights Studies), and I'm now in CUNY Brooklyn College (M.S. in Education). I also play a lot of Halo and am obsessed with Star Trek. So yeah, this will be fun!

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