Two weeks ago, Microsoft indicated that the full Build 2018 schedule would be announced on April 23, and though one day late, that moment has finally arrived. The entire list of Build 2018 sessions is now online for those who have registered to attend the conference, with sessions for UWP, Fluent Design, and more.
The list can be found on the Microsoft Build Schedule Builder, which is only open for those who have already completed the registration for the event. Fortunately, Windows Development MVP and entrepreneur, Ginny Caughey, shared some information about the sessions via a thread on Twitter. When filtering for “Windows” in the builder, she discovered there are apparently 40 sessions for UWP, 16 sessions for Windows Presentation Foundation, 20 sessions for “reality” and 12 sessions for Fluent Design.
Microsoft Build keynotes are always live streamed. pic.twitter.com/c1Av5u8WQT
— Ginny Caughey (@gcaughey) April 24, 2018
Just like last year, the opening keynote on Monday, May 7 will feature Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, and it will be followed by a Technology Keynote with Scott Guthrie. Joe Belfiore, who now oversees Microsoft’s Windows client experiences will be back for the Day 2 opening keynote titles “Microsoft 365 Application Development.”
As a reminder, all Build 2018 sessions will be streamed live this year, so there is no reason to worry if you were not able to register and make it in person. Of course, we’ll be covering Build live too, so be sure to keep tuned for more in the weeks ahead.