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Check Out What You Can Expect And Where To Watch Microsoft Build 2018 Conference

By Goran Spasojevic / May 7, 2018

If you have ever watched Microsoft Build Conference before, you know that you can expect a couple of hours filled with announcements for Microsoft developers, business customers and the consumers of course. This year's annual conference is starting today at 8:30, Pacific time and will last until May 9. The keynote will be covered with presentations from Microsoft's executive team and the CEO Satya Nadella.

Usually, the main topics of this conference are the latest updates to consumer products like Windows 10. This year we can expect something similar. Microsoft plans to talk about their artificial intelligence and address its growing user base on Windows 10. We will see new details regarding the latest Windows OS, its mixed reality efforts, and other topics. There are also two full days of programming sessions. In addition, we already know that Microsoft is going to update Windows 10 twice a year - in spring and in the autumn. This years' Build conference will be a great timing to address their plans regarding future updates. We can also expect more details about Microsoft's Progressive Web and the Andromeda device. For those of you who enjoy Office 365, if you find yourself at this year's Build conference, you can ask more questions regarding the Microsoft Graph functionality which is an API for Office 365 that gives the developers access to tools and data for that service.

Build 2018 Poster

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The Build conferences are always being streamed on Microsoft's Channel 9 website. You can also check Redmond's dedicated website for Build 2018. Signing up will get you all the updates regarding the conference along with video links in your inbox. The live stream of the conference will also be available, as Wired said, on their website, but also on many others. This is possible because Microsoft tends to make embeddable live video streams before the keynote starts. If you are interested in a full schedule of the Build 2018, you can jump over to The Verge and check for more details. .



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