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Microsoft Build 2022: Details on First Sessions Now Available

Microsoft is detailing the first sessions for Microsoft Build 2022, one discussing the Metaverse and the other Windows app development.


Build 2022 is scheduled for May 24-26, once again an all-virtual conference that will highlight Microsoft's various services and plans. As we wind down the weeks to Build, Microsoft is now publishing information on some of the sessions it has during the event.

WalkingCat reports on a pair of sessions that now appear in the Microsoft Build 2022 catalog. These will focus on the – a hot topic in tech right now – and app development for Windows.

Microsoft titles the first sessions “Microsoft Build Into Focus: Metaverse,” and it will get underway on Tuesday, May 24 between 3:30 PM and 4:14 PM EDT. Sam George, CVP of Azure IoT and Microsoft Teams General Manager Nicole Herskowitz will lead the session.

Unfortunately, no details on what the sessions will entail is available. Microsoft has not said much about its Metaverse plans other than that it is interested in exploring solutions in the virtual space. Recently, Microsoft president Brad Smith said the company would undercut Meta on pricing for developers.

We expect to hear something about that. Of course, considering Herskowitz' presence in the session, it is a solid guess to think Microsoft Teams will play a role in the discussion.

Windows App Development

Next up is a session titled “Develop Windows apps on and for a rich ecosystem of platforms and devices,” which will happen on Wednesday, May 25 between 4:00 PM and 4:45 PM EDT. Here Microsoft will “explore Windows' power and flexibility, tools, and unveil some exciting news … you don't want to miss this session!”

Tip of the day: Do you often experience PC freezes or crashs with Blue Screens of Death (BSOD)? Then you should use Windows Memory Diagnostic to test your computers RAM for any problems that might be caused from damaged memory modules. It is a tool built Microsoft which can be launched at startup to run various memory checks.

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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