Here's a short summary of today's SharePoint Virtual Summit:
The SharePoint Framework will we included in Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint 2016, which is scheduled for fall 2017.
Until now, Webhooks in SharePoint Online are only available in Document libraries, now they will be extended to sites and lists.
The SharePoint Admin Center gets a nice makeover (still no Managed Paths though).
Finally, we can talk of PowerApps as the legal successor of InfoPath. We will be able to use PowerApps forms inside of SharePoint lists and thus provide users with a rich and customizable UI.
Document Libraries will get the ability to easily submit documents for approval with Flow.
Additional details of today's announcements can be found at https://blogs.office.com/2017/05/16/new-sharepoint-and-onedrive-capabilities-accelerate-your-digital-transformation/
My thoughts and findings about SharePoint 2016/2013/2010 and SQL Server