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Microsoft Build 2022 session details now available

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What you need to know

  • Microsoft Build will run from May 24 through May 26, 2022.
  • The all-digital event will consist of over 500 sessions aimed at helping developers.
  • A complete list of the upcoming Build sessions is now available on Microsoft's website.

Microsoft's Build conference runs from May 24 to 26, 2022. During the event, Microsoft will hold over 500 sessions aimed at helping developers create and improve applications and experiences. You can now browse through the descriptions of each session from the upcoming event on Microsoft's website (opens in new tab) (via WalkingCat on Twitter).

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will start things off with the first of 253 sessions. "Satya Nadella will share how Microsoft is creating new opportunities for developers across our platforms," reads the description.

You can search the session catalog for keywords, such as Windows or Android. For example, searching for Android shows the following:

  • Bring your Android apps to Windows
  • Building great apps with the open platform of Windows
  • Ask the Experts: Develop Windows apps on and for a rich ecosystem of platforms and devices
  • The good, the bad and the ugly of .Net mobile development
  • Build native apps for any device with .NET and Visual Studio
  • Develop Windows apps on and for a rich ecosystem of platforms and devices
  • Ask the Experts: Develop Windows apps on and for a rich ecosystem of platforms and devices

Microsoft's site also has the option to search for a specific speaker, such as Panos Panay, who is taking part in three sessions. One of those is focused on creating "next-gen experiences at scale with Windows."

When browsing through the catalog, you can sort results chronologically or by relevance to help plan out your week.

Sean Endicott
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