Microsoft has published today the full session catalog for its Build 2020 developer conference on May 19-21. The event is going all-digital this year, and the company is allowing everyone to register for free.
If a quick search for “Windows 10” reveals no less than 60 sessions focusing on the Windows Insider Program, Windows Terminal and WSL2, or PowerToys, we couldn’t find any sessions dedicated to Windows 10X, the new lightweight version of Windows 10 that Microsoft will now be adapting for single-screen devices.
One session titled “Unifying and evolving the Windows app platform” sounds quite promising. The description says “Learn how the Windows app platform is evolving and unifying Win32 and UWP so your present and future apps can easily target 1 billion+ Windows devices.” As Windows enthusiasts have been debating about the “death of UWP apps,” this particular session should be quite enlightening.
You can already register for sessions you want to attend, and overall Microsoft promises 48 hours of content. Let us know in the comments if you spot other interesting sessions in the catalog.