Microsoft Build 2022: How to watch the developer event

The Microsoft Build 2022 developer conference starts on May 24 through the 26, and here's how to watch the event.

Microsoft Build 2022
Microsoft Build 2022

The Microsoft Build 2022 developer conference starts on May 24 and runs through May 26. Similar to last year, the event will be online and free to attend, and the first keynote kicks off at 8:15 AM PT / 11:15 AM ET.

Although the conference has been typically aimed at software engineers and web developers, the company moved the event online in 2020 due to the pandemic. This year, it continues to be online, and anyone can attend since the registration is also free.

Microsoft has planned a long list of sessions that will allow attendees to learn more about the products that the company has been working on, including for Windows 11, Microsoft Edge, and many other products.

In addition, for this year’s Microsoft Build conference, the company is also doing some special events in South America, France, Germany, Japan, and United Kingdom to reach more people in different languages.

If you want to attend Build 2022, you must register on the Microsoft page. You can also check out all the sessions on the official conference web page.

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