Watch the Microsoft Build 2022 opening keynote right here!

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Microsoft’s Build developer conference is finally upon us. Today, May 24, marks the opening day of the annual event, and we’re expecting a ton of Windows, Azure, Teams, and Office news.

That said, you don’t want to miss the opening keynote featuring Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. You can watch it via the link below, right with us starting at 8:00 AM PT and lasting for about an hour. Nadella is set to talk about ” how Microsoft is creating new opportunities for developers across our platforms.”


During the keynote, and after the keynote is over, expect to see a lot of news from us! We will be posting on the news coming out of the developer event all day long, so if you don’t want to miss out, be sure to check out our Build 2022 tag.

We also remind you that you can sign up to attend Build 2022 for free, virtually of course to keep in the action once the opening keynote ends. Plus, once you sign up you can add various sessions to a backpack and your schedule, letting you keep up to date on all the news and see it first right away.

As we mentioned during our last OnPodcast episode, there are a few sessions you might want to keep an eye on. Many Microsoft employees seem to be pointing to a 10:15 AM PT session with Panos Panay, “Create next-gen experiences at scale with Windows” as a big one. Other sessions that you might not want to miss out on include an 11:30 AM PT “Building great apps with the open platform of Windows,” as well as a 12:30 PM PT one titled “Microsoft Build Into Focus: Preparing for the metaverse.

You can expect a lot of Teams, Windows, and Office news out of those three sessions, as well as more on Microsoft’s take on the Metaverse. But don’t let that stop you! There are a ton of breakout sessions and other content that you can watch online via the Microsoft Build catalog.

Have a happy and safe Build 2022 experience, everyone! And remember, follow us on Twitter for all the Build 2022 and other Microsoft news, features, and op-eds throughout this three-day-long Microsoft developer event!