Microsoft Build 2022 is now about two weeks away, and Microsoft has just updated its webpage for the developer conference with session lists.
First noted by Walking Cat, there are now a total of 524 different sessions available across the three-day event.
Unlike years past, there do seem to be a lot of different sessions this year specifically mentioning WIndows, with a search on the site showing 51 different Windows-themed sessions across various different languages.
There’s even one that specifically features Panos Panay titled “Create next-gen experiences at scale with Windows.”
Other than that, from our quick search, there are also 7 different Android-themed sessions and plenty of sessions dedicated to Microsoft Teams.
As spotted by Thurrott.com, these might be some of the most interesting if you’re registered for Build.
- Building great apps for Windows
- Bring your Android apps to Windows
- Preparing for the metaverse
- How can we help more non-developers write Microsoft Teams apps?
- Create interactive meeting apps for Microsoft Teams
Due to the pandemic, Microsoft Build 2022 is again virtual, and you don’t need to pay to attend. It’s free, and a signup link is available right here.
You can even plan your Build experience by adding things to your schedule or saving it to a virtual backpack.
Microsoft Build will be the second major tech conference of this year.
Google I/O is set to kick off tomorrow on May 15.
After Google, comes Microsoft Build, and then Apple has its own WWDC on June 6. Some Build 2022 sessions previously leaked, but Microsoft was quick to take them offline, only for them to return today.