Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference kicks off today, where the company will focus on Windows, Office and cloud announcements. Microsoft is home to around 5,000 developers who typically pay around $2,000 to attend Build in Seattle, but the outbreak means Build will be fully online this year and anyone can watch it for free.
Microsoft will host 48 hours of non-stop Build content in different time zones starting today at 8am PT / 11AM ET. You can set up keynotes, repeat later, and sign up for multiple sessions that repeat at different times of the day. If you’re into software development or just interested in the latest news about Windows, Office and more, you can sign up for free to join this virtual Build.
How do I watch Microsoft Build?
Microsoft has also promised to host live coding workshops on Twitch, but the company has yet to share details on which Twitch channel they will be hosted on.
What time does Microsoft Build start?
If you want to watch together, the broadcast starts at 8:00 am PT / 11AM ET and continues with 48 hours of changing content.