My Microsoft Build 2020 Experience – Watch the on-demand sessions
The 2020 Build conference was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was to take place in Downtown Seattle, Washington from May 19 to May 21, 2020.
It was later announced to be broadcast as a digital event (Microsoft Build for 48 hours), free of charge.
It started on May 19, 2020 at 8AM PST and ended on May 21, 2020 at 8AM PST, with the first day live streamed and kicked off with a keynote from CEO Satya Nadella.
#MSBuild Live was a very interactive event. It had well over 500K+ participants tuned in from home.
Don’t miss the opening presentation Microsoft Build held virtually for the first time. Empowering every developer by Satya Nadella
Welcome to Microsoft Build 2020
Speakers: Seth Juarez and Dona Sarkar
James Phillips, president, Microsoft Business Applications Group, delivers the Power Platform key segment at Build 2020.
Watch sessions—now available on-demand
Visit mybuild.microsoft.com to explore dozens of session recordings, presentations, and additional content shared by presenters—now available on-demand.
Check out these featured sessions
Accelerating Developers with the Microsoft Power Platform
Speakers: Charles Lamanna and Dona Sarkar View the session
Low code, no code, more power – Power Platform
Speakers: Phantip Kokilanon, Haimantika Mitra and Justin Yoo View the session
Hack4Good: Quick Apps for your Code
Speakers: Amy Boyd, Chris Huntingford, Alison Mulligan and Keith Whatling View the session
- Power BI for BI pros and Data Engineers
Speaker: Priya Sathy View the session
- Building a DevOps Culture in a Remote World
Speaker: Emily Freeman View the session
- Imagine Cup. Team Halo won this year’s Cup. View the session
Congratulations to Team Hollo from the University of Hong Kong
- Building Azure Apps using the Common Data Service. View the session
- Accelerate bot development in Power Virtual Agents. View the session
These selections are just scratching the surface—explore The 2020 on-demand session catalog
Thanks again for reading about my 2nd ever all-digital Microsoft event. The first was Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2020
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