Microsoft Build, the companyâ€™s annual developer conference, is kicking off today, May 25th. Just like last year, the conference is happening in an online-only format rather than in-person in Seattle. The developer conference is typically where Microsoft details upcoming changes to its Windows, Office, and cloud platforms.
Thereâ€™ll be around 48 hours of Build content in total taking place over the next two days, kicking off with a keynote today on May 25th starting at 11AM ET. A full agenda is available over on the Microsoft Build website, featuring a mix of keynotes, technical deep dives, and breakout sessions.
How do I watch Microsoft Build?
Youâ€™ll need to register to attend the virtual Build conference, but doing so is free and gives you access to over 300 sessions as of this writing. You can use Microsoftâ€™s scheduler to plan out which sessions to attend right here.
Microsoft is also streaming Build over on its developer YouTube channel. Weâ€™ve embedded a link to the first dayâ€™s livestream below.
What time does Microsoft Build start?
If youâ€™re watching along, Microsoftâ€™s stream begins at 8AM PT / 11AM ET.