Check out the agenda overview for Microsoft’s Build 2020 conference on May 19-20

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Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference is going online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and everyone can register for free for the 48-hour digital experience. An agenda overview for May 19-20 is now available on the official Build website (via Neowin), and while there no information about breakout sessions yet, you probably don't want to miss the May 19 morning sessions featuring CEO Satya Nadella Group and the company's cloud and AI chief Scott Guthrie.

It's worth noting that some of the sessions on the agenda will be streamed twice so that people in different time zones can see them, but you can see the full agenda for May 19-20 below:

May 19

PDT   Experiences
8:00 AM   Microsoft Build digital event begins
8:20 AM   Empowering every developer, with Satya Nadella
8:40 AM   Imagine Cup
9:00 AM   Every developer is welcome, with Scott Hanselman and guests
10:15 AM   Azure for every developer, with Scott Guthrie and guests
11:00 AM   Building the tools for modern work, with Rajesh Jha and guests
12:30 PM   Digital Breakouts with live Q&A
4:45 PM   Social Hour: Mix, Mingle, and Celebrate
5:20 PM   Empowering every developer, with Satya Nadella
5:40 PM   Imagine Cup
6:00 PM   Every developer is welcome, with Scott Hanselman and guests
7:30 PM   Digital Breakouts with live Q&A

May 20

PDT   Experiences
12:15 AM   Azure for every developer, with Scott Guthrie and guests
1:00 AM   New ways to work and learn, with Rajesh Jha and guests
2:00 AM   Digital Breakouts with live Q&A
9:45 AM   The future of tech, with Kevin Scott and guests
10:30 AM   Ask Scott Guthrie, with Scott Guthrie
11:30 AM   Power Platform for developers, with James Philips
12:30 PM   Digital Breakouts with live Q&A
6:30 PM   Social Hour: Mix, Mingle, and Celebrate
7:30 PM   The future of tech, with Kevin Scott and guests
8:15 PM   Power Platform for developers, with James Philips
9:30 PM   Digital Breakouts with live Q&A

 

Build 2020 won't be the only Microsoft event going all digital this year. Actually, the company recently confirmed that all of its upcoming events will switch to a digital format through July 2021. This year's Build conference should be pretty special, but there will hopefully be some interesting Windows 10 news after Panos Panay said last week that Microsoft was now focusing on "accelerating innovation in Windows 10 to meet customers where they are."

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