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The Microsoft Build developer conference takes place in Seattle on May 10–12, but no matter where you are, join us for live-streamed keynotes, announcements, technical sessions, and more as it happens. Learn more about how Windows helps you engage your users, keep their information safe, and reach them in more places–RSVP now.

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Microsoft Build sessions and speakers will address vital topics for Windows developers. Learn more about:

  • Improvements that help you immediately engage your users with beautiful UI and natural inputs
  • Team collaboration and connectedness to streamline and improve your development experience
  • Services that make it easier to reach customers and learn what they want from your software
  • Connected screens and experiences that make your end-to-end experience stickier and more engaging
  • Mixed reality and creating deeply immersive experiences
Return to this site May 10–12 to watch live-streamed keynotes, announcements, technical sessions, and more as it happens. Check in beforehand, too, as we’ll offer updates and revised schedules–and after the event, you’ll be able to review sessions at your leisure.

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Windows Developer Awards

This year’s Microsoft Build conference will feature the first-ever Windows Developer Awards, given to the Windows developers who have accomplished outstanding work over the past year. Check out the nominees on our awards page as we tabulate the votes:

  • Ninja Cat of the Year
  • App Creator of the Year
  • Game Creator of the Year
  • Reality Mixer of the Year
  • Core Maker of the Year

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