Microsoft has made available a partial session list for its free Build 2021 developer conference to be held on May 25-27. There are currently 287 sessions focusing on Microsoft Teams, Azure, Power Platform, Microsoft Edge, and Windows, and registered attendees can already start building their own schedule.
If you’re a Windows developer, you may want to check out two sessions on May 26 titled "What's new for Windows desktop application development” and the "What's new in Windows 10 for ALL developers.” For Surface Duo enthusiasts, Microsoft has also listed an on-demand session about "Application design and development for Android dual screen and foldable devices."
— Ginny Caughey (@gcaughey) May 13, 2021
Just like last year, Microsoft's Build 2021 developer conference will be all digital and free for everyone due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We're hoping to see the company discuss the future of Windows 10 at the event, and share the first official details about the big "Sun Valley" update for later this year.
If you have yet to register for Microsoft's Build 2021 conference, you can do so on this page and start building your own schedule right after. Let us know in the comments what are the sessions you're the most excited about.