Windows Terminal on Open at Microsoft
Are curious about how the Windows Terminal project got started? Are you interested in open sourcing your own project? Check out this special Open at Microsoft episode where we discuss the history of Windows Terminal and recap the decisions that led to Windows Terminal being an open-source project 🙂
What is Open at Microsoft?
Open at Microsoft is a weekly show for open-source enthusiasts. It features a diverse group of guests including maintainers, software and DevOps engineers, and community members who come together to share their insights on an open-source project. Each episode focuses on one collaborative goal of the project, such as a new feature, release, or call for user feedback, and provides information on how to contribute to the project.
Where can I watch more?
Windows Terminal has been featured in several Open at Microsoft episodes throughout the past year. Here are the three most recent Open at Microsoft episodes featuring Windows Terminal. If you want to see more then please visit the official Open at Microsoft show on Microsoft Learn on check out the Open at Microsoft playlist on the Windows Developer YouTube channel.
Get started contributing to Windows Terminal with Walkthroughs
In this episode, Mike Griese walks us through Walkthrough, a new technique that the Windows Terminal team has been using to reduce friction in the new contributor experience.
Windows Terminal 1.18 Preview Highlights
In this episode, Carlos Zamora highlights some of the cool, new features in Windows Terminal Preview 1.18 including some community contributed features!