Windows 10: MSDN Magazine: Special Windows 10 Issue

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       21 Oct 2015 #1

    MSDN Magazine: Special Windows 10 Issue

    MSDN magazine has released a special Windows 10 issue. The issue spans a large number of topics from Visual Studio tooling to game development to user experience to notifications.

    If you don’t get the print magazine, don’t worry, all the articles are online for free.

    Here is the complete list of articles:

    Some of these topics have been covered by Building Apps blog in the past but most have been expanded for the magazine. If you have any topics you’re looking for Building Apps blog to cover, please tell us in the comments or at @WindowsDev

    Source: MSDN Magazine: Special Windows 10 Issue | Building Apps for Windows
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  2.    22 Oct 2015 #1

    Great for developers.
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