What you need to know
- Microsoft Build 2020 is virtual this year with streaming sessions across two days.
- The festivities kick off at 11 am ET (8 am PT) on May 19.
- You can stream the opening keynote and all of the sessions from Microsoft's Build 2020 website.
Microsoft's Build 2020 developer conference is going completely virtual this year, replacing the usual inperson event in Seattle. The festivities are set to start at 8 am PT (11 am ET) on May 19, and you'll be able to live stream all of the action.
To take part, you can head to Microsoft's official Build 2020 website to watch the opening keynote from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. On the first day, Microsoft is also expected to stream its Imagine Cup competition for student developers and some big announcements for Azure. You can catch the keynote address via the video embed below.
Of course, there will be hundreds of developer sessions to check out too. To watch those, you'll want to register for free at the Build 2020 website to get "full, interactive access to the digital event." If you want to get a head start on picking out sessions you want to watch, you can check out the full Build 2020 agenda for more.
We're expecting to hear a lot about everything from Azure, to mixed reality, Microsoft 365, and more throughout Build's 48 hours. Once the event is over, Microsoft says most sessions should be available on-demand as well.
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