The Microsoft Build 2019 Developer Conference will come soon, so Microsoft also began to announce the schedule and meeting schedule. From these arrangements, we can see what Microsoft is about to announce on Build 2019, but the current number of schedules announced by Microsoft is still relatively small. For example, until now, Microsoft has only announced 123 sessions, and the Build 2018 Developer Conference has 434 conferences of different sizes. This means that the company waited a couple more weeks before publishing a schedule last time around, and it is expected that Microsoft will gradually disclose these daily arrangements in the coming period.
In addition, since it is a developer conference, most of the content is related to developers, and the Windows 10 aspect that ordinary users expect is not yet announced. For non-developers, the focus of this year’s focus is on the Windows Core OS and its new OS, but I don’t know if Microsoft will announce the content at this year’s conference.
Interested developers can click here to view the currently announced schedule here. Microsoft’s developer conference this year will be held from May 6th to May 8th, 2019. You can also watch live video on the Microsoft website.