The full session catalog for Microsoft’s Build 2022 conference, which is set to kick off on May 24, is now available (thanks, WalkingCat). You can now visit the official website and check out the 522 different sessions, and this year the biggest ones will also be available in Japanese, French, German, and Spanish.
We took a look at the agenda and found many sessions that could be of interest. There will be many sessions dedicated to Windows (including one featuring Panos Panay) and Microsoft Teams, and there will also be sessions about Android apps on Windows and the Metaverse. Here’s the list of some of the most interesting sessions we spotted:
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Microsoft’s Build 2022 conference will once again be a virtual event that’s open to everyone. If you haven’t registered already, you can sign up now on the website and start building your own schedule with the sessions of your choice.
While Microsoft’s Build 2022 is just two weeks away, Google will kick off the season of annual developer conferences tomorrow with I/O 2022, which will also be open to all. Apple’s WWDC 2022 conference will follow next month on June 6-10, and the company may also use this opportunity to announce new hardware.