Microsoft's Build 2020 conference goes live today for two days of coding sessions for developers. This year, the event is completely virtual and you can tune in for the keynote and every session as it happens. Here's how.
Microsoft will open registrations for its virtual Build 2020 conference today. The company is also planning for the event to be smaller in scope, with more of a focus on developers and fewer sessions focused on Windows 10 and Office users.
The Governor of Washington is expected to announce restrictions on gatherings of more than 250 people later today. These restrictions could affect sporting events, concerts, and Microsoft's upcoming Build conference.
Microsoft placed a statement on several event websites regarding the coronavirus. Microsoft states that it is "monitoring public health guidance." The company adds that "the health and well-being of our employees, partners, customers and other guests remain our ultimate priority."
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