Came across a great article about speaking at tech conferences. Check it out, it’s worth the read and who knows you might find yourself presenting.
You might be familiar with the following scenario.
You’ve been a developer for a while and you’ve learned quite a lot along the way. Travelled to a couple of tech conferences, saw a number of tech talks and one day you think – “I can probably do that”. This is what I personally thought at the beginning of 2017.
The good news is that this is true – you CAN do that.
During Rajesh Jha’s keynote, Kevin Gallo announced the new Windows Terminal and showed the following “sizzle video” that showcases that the team wants to aspire for v1.0:
Windows Terminal Session
Rich Turner (Senior Program Manager) and Michael Niksa (Senior Software Engineer) delivered a deep-dive session into the Windows Terminal, its architecture, and its code.
What’s new with the Windows Command Line
See Scott Hanselman interview the Windows Terminal team and discuss several aspects of the new Terminal capabilities, the process of opening sourcing Terminal and looking at some of its features:
The new Windows Terminal will run alongside Console and will not replace it. They are looking to target a preview download from the Microsoft Store by Summer 2019, and to deliver v1.0 release by end of 2019.
You can go try it now if you like by cloning the repository. This is pretty exciting and I can’t wait to download, compile and give it a try.