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  • Microsoft Build 2022 is coming on May 24-26


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    It is that time of the year when major software and hardware companies announce their upcoming flagship developer conferences. In 2022, Microsoft decided to reveal the dates of its upcoming Build conference first, so mark your calendars: Microsoft Build 2022 is coming on May 24-26, 2022.


    Microsoft Build 2022 will be a three-day developer conference during which the software giant will unveil its latest developer tools, technologies, and updates for various software products. In 2020 and 2021, due to the pandemic, Microsoft had to shift from in-person to virtual events. Build 2022 is no exclusion as Microsoft apparently is not ready to host a large in-person conference.


    Microsoft says Build 2022 will give developers around the world an opportunity to learn about the latest tech and developer innovations from Microsoft, follow the news, and sharpen their skills using various tutorials. The conference is also a chance to speak with Microsoft engineers and technical experts about multiple products and technologies. Finally, Microsoft promises "market-specific content and connection opportunities" for France, Germany, Japan, Latin America, and the UK.


    We do not know yet what Microsoft is about to show during the Build 2022 conference. If you want to hear more from Microsoft about its newest operating system, stay tuned for the upcoming "Windows 11 hybrid work" event next week. The company is expected to unveil new features and improvements coming soon to the operating system during the presentation.


    You can find more information about Microsoft Build 2022 on the official website.



    Microsoft Build 2022 is coming on May 24-26

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