Microsoft opens registrations for its Build 2021 conference on May 25-27

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Microsoft has just opened registrations for its Build 2021 conference, which just like last year will be a free digital event for all developers and enthusiasts. Build 2021 will be on May 25 to 27, and you can register now for free on this page.

The introducing keynote on May 25 will feature Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and other executives. You can already check out the basic agenda showing the must-see sessions and speakers, and we’ll let you know once the full session catalog will be available.

Hybrid work is expected to one of the main themes of Build 2021, but we hope Windows 10 will, too. Microsoft’s annual developer conference is probably a good opportunity to discuss Windows 10X, which is expected to ship later this year on new devices for the education market.

As we’re getting closer to the release of Windows 10 version 21H1, we also hope to hear some details about the “Sun Valley” design update that should arrive later this year with Windows 10 version 21H2. What are your expectations for Build 2021? Let us know below.