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Microsoft Build 2022 Is Coming May 24-26 and is All-Virtual

Microsoft Build 2022 will happen from May 24 to 26. An official Microsoft announcement confirms the event is once again online.


As we head into the spring, is once against preparing its biggest annual conference. Yes, Microsoft Build 2022 is just around the corner and the company has put official dates on the event. Specifically, this year's edition of Build will be held on May 24-26.

Microsoft Build 2022 will be held over three days and as usual will focus on developers. As always, Microsoft may discuss new products and services and how developers can leverage them for their own apps and programs.

The three-day event will once again be all-virtual and held online. Microsoft first made the decision to go virtual with Build 2020 amid the start of the pandemic. Since then, all major Microsoft events and conferences have been online. Despite a return to normalcy after the pandemic, Microsoft is not ready to go back to hosting major physical events… maybe it never will again.

As well as introducing new products and services, Build 2022 will give developers a platform to hone their skills by accessing sessions, webinars, and tutorials. Furthermore, dev's can connect directly with Microsoft engineers and experts to enhance their knowledge of the company's products.

Microsoft is also planning “market-specific” content for Germany, France, Latin America, Japan, and the UK.

Upcoming Details

Of course, at this stage Microsoft is keeping details on its planned announcements quiet. We are sure there will be leaks and rumors in the coming weeks heading into Build 2022. In the meantime, Microsoft has its Windows 11 Hybrid Work event coming up next week.

To learn more about Microsoft Build 2022, here is the official website.

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Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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