Microsoft Build 2014 -- Day 2 LiveBlog

Hello everyone! It's been a long time since I blogged due to various, various reasons like the exams for one and my other external activities for two. But I'll spare a later time for the detailed posts because right now, I'm going to be live-blogging Day 2 of Microsoft's annual developer conference, Build 2014 which is being held right now at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

No, I'm not at the site at all but I indeed am watching the live stream and probably will finish the whole sessions if I don't get too sleepy. The event should start at 8:30 AM PT and that's just about now. You can follow the updates via the live-blog snippet attached below and save yourselves the bandwidth of watching the event live unless you are in for it. So, sit back and relax while I'll try my best to keep you updated with the progress going on.

Just for a quick recap, Microsoft did a good job yesterday unveiling a lot of new products including Windows Phone 8.1 and had great sessions for developers yesterday. Windows Phone 8.1 rocked yesterday's session. Cortana, Live Tile Wallpapers, Action Center and much more were yesterdays main flavors for the common folks while developers were treated with a new Universal App model for building Windows and Windows Phone applications for the future which is considered a stepping stone for the upcoming "Threshold" update. Windows 8.1 Spring Update was detailed as well as some sneak peak at future Windows was shown off where Microsoft pointed out the return of the classic old Start Menu with Live Tiles (like the concept pictures -- just Google).

I don't expect much things today but I have a lot of juice to drain so I'm gonna keep watching till it gets over. Stay tuned.

Oh, and if you want to watch the live-stream, you can go to the buildwindows page where they've put up the same for your delight.