I assume, this hint is more about collecting ideas and to tout Microsoft technologies. One of them calls "Azure Pipelines", not to confuse with "CMS Pipelines". In its completeness I hardly miss it on the PC. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMS_Pipelines
If it is about calculators, I prefere emulators of existing models which run the firmware of the original. For example V41 from http://www.hp41.org
Or some more here: https://hp.giesselink.com/ (Once even HP used those emulators to develop new models) For these you need to copy the firmware of the calculator you own.
Thomas1965, I saw something about Open Sourcing of Windows Calculator a few days ago but as I didn't find the first(?) open sourcing like this useful, I think it was just a code dump, I paid little attention to this.
Your post gave just enough to pique my interest and go and read the announcement, thanks.
Whoops my directions from memory were wrong. I just tried it on a Windows 7 machine, the steps are
1. Open calc.exe
2. Switch to Scientific
3. Enter 1, then [ / ], then 255, then press [ = ].
4. Finally, press [ F-E ].
Crashes for me, I think it might happen in Win10 too.