The session list for Microsoft Build 2023 is now available

Although there is still slightly over a month until the commencement of the annual Microsoft Build 2023 developer conference, the list of scheduled sessions has already been revealed. As expected, Microsoft will place a significant emphasis on artificial intelligence, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Graph services, and will talk more about application development, including apps for Windows on ARM.


Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will be giving a presentation to open the conference. He will discuss the company's plans regarding AI and provide insights on how developers can enhance their applications and services using it.

During one of the sessions, Rajesh Jha, the Executive Vice President of Microsoft Experiences + Devices, and Panos Panay, the Head of the Windows + Devices team, will be sharing their expertise on utilizing Microsoft 365, Windows, and Microsoft Graph to create innovative AI-powered applications. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights on developing next-generation apps.

VP Scott Guthrie will be conducting an in-depth exploration of the cutting-edge application of AI in developer tools. The discussion will primarily focus on the Github Copilot services, Azure OpenAI, and the Microsoft cloud platform. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights on the innovative use of AI in these areas.

Some other sessions to check include:

  • Building Great Windows on ARM Apps
  • How can developers attract new users: Microsoft Store, Store Ads, and Widgets in Windows 11.
  • Details on integrating WinUI 3 into File Explorer. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to inquire with Microsoft engineers.

You can find the full list of sessions on the official website at this link.

Build 2023 developer conference is scheduled to take place from May 23 to 25 in Seattle, Washington. The event will be available virtually, eliminating the need to attend in person. However, registration is still required to participate.

via Windows Central

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