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Hardware Dev Center Update

At the WinHEC Taipei June 2017 Workshop, Microsoft's Palani Sundaramurthy and Naomi Rosell  gave a demonstration of the latest features available on the Hardware Dev Center. Check out this presentation and then see what else we talked about at the event.

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