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Azure chief Scott Guthrie, Microsoft EVP of Cloud & Enterprise, at Build. (GeekWire Photo / Kevin Lisota)

Microsoft’s Build 2017 conference just ended, and GeekWire has been busy covering the news, from the new Azure Cosmos DB to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and Microsoft’s first mixed reality motion-controllers.

On this episode of the GeekWire podcast, GeekWire’s cloud and enterprise editor Tom Krazit joins me to explain what’s going on at the Redmond-based tech giant and what it means for developers, businesses and Windows users.

Listen below or download the MP3, and see all of our Build coverage here.

Special note: All Build conference attendees and followers receive a special 15% discount to the inaugural GeekWire Cloud Tech Summit, taking place in Bellevue, Wash. on June 7th, and featuring speakers such as Microsoft Azure chief Scott Guthrie; Docker COO Scott Johnston; Cloud Foundry executive director Abby Kearns, Kubernetes co-creator Joe Beda and many others. Use the code Build15 when registering on the event site here.

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