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    This year, Microsoft will host its flagship annual developer conference on May 24-26. Like the previous two years, Build 2022 will take place online, which means everyone can join for free. If you want to "visit" the online conference and learn more about the latest dev tools and innovations from the software giant, you can register on the official Build website. Registration is now open for everyone.


    Microsoft says Build 2022 will help developers "innovate without compromise, develop creatively, and build the next generation of apps" for more than one billion devices. The conference will feature 13 speakers from Microsoft, such as Satya Nadella, Kevin Scott, Amanda Silver, Scott Guthrie, Kathleen Mitford, and others. Attendees will get a chance to learn during live sessions and book time with Microsoft experts.


    What differentiates Build 2022 from previous developer conferences held by Microsoft is new regional spotlights. The company wants to provide keynote analysis, trending news, and topics for specific regions, such as France, Germany, Japan, Latin America, and the UK.


    Microsoft's Build 2022 is not the only major developer conference happening soon. Apple will host its WWDC 2022 on June 6-10. Similar to Microsoft, this year's Worldwide Developer Conference will be an online-only event.



    Microsoft opens free registration for Build 2022

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