A lot of things happened in the developer world in 2015. Here are the 10 most-viewed dev videos of the year.
As the keynote of Google I/O 2015, this video has received 1,863,908 views since it was posted on YouTube on May 28th. Google welcomed 6,000 developers to its 8th annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco. Google I/O 2015 kicked-off with a live keynote from our Senior Vice-President of Products, Sundar Pichai.
With more than 1,170,294 views, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2015 Keynote ranks the 2nd in this roster. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced Apple Music, OS X El Capitan Preview, iOS 9, and what’s next for Apple Watch and its developers.
This IBM Cloud promotional video receives 602,165 views and ranks the 3rd.
Microsoft release Visual Studio 2015 this year. Its release keynote has received 558,107 views. The video provides a great overview packed with demos for you to get started with Visual Studio 2015, .NET 4.6 and Visual Studio Online. (Visual Studio Online was later rebranded as “Visual Studio Team Services” in Nov 2015)
Are you ready for Windows 10? This video is part of the Microsoft Ignite 2015 conference. It gives you a deeper look at the user experience and discover new features. Find out how Windows 10 makes you more productive, celebrates a new generation of apps, and unlocks the power of hardware.
This video by Rob Dodson has received 379,371 views. It introduces the Chrome Dev Summit 2015 conference. The Chrome Dev Summit is an exclusive event to connect with Chrome engineers and leading web developers for a two-day exploration of building beautiful and fast mobile web applications. Google’s Chrome team explores how to build the new generation of web apps with DevTools, Service Worker and the new suite of APIs coming to the web.
Google has another video in the top 10 roster: From the Google Play Developer Console, you publish your apps and games to the over 1 billion active Android users around the world. But it’s not just a publication tool, the Developer Console is packed with features that can help grow your apps business.
Build 2015 is the biggest developer conference from Microsoft 2015. Its keynote has received 340,693 views. Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella describes Microsoft’s opportunity to Build the Intelligent Cloud, Reinvent productivity and business process and create more personal computing. Scott Guthrie explains how Microsoft’s Azure is poised to create the Intelligent Cloud. Satya explains how Microsoft Office is evolving to reinvent productivity. Terry Myerson explained how Windows 10 will create more personal computing with new bridges to enable developers to evolve their code into Windows 10 to enable phones, tablets, desktop, Xbox and Holograms.
The Raspberry Pi Guy introduces the new Raspberry Pi Zero. A full computer available to buy for only £4 ($5). It features a 1GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, mini HDMI and brand new slender form factor. The video has received 286,022 views since it was posted on Nov 26, 2015.