As of Wednesday night (Indian time), Microsoft began inviting members of the media to its Build 2022 keynote, noting that the annual developer conference will begin on May 24, as the company has stated.
Because Covid-19 is becoming increasingly popular in many parts of the world, the keynote address will be delivered via video conferencing technology this year. The Microsoft Build developer conference, which is held in person every year, is a popular event.
Build 2022 was officially announced as a developer conference taking place on May 24–26, 2022, with the following invitation: “Join peers and experts for an engaging experience focused on the latest in innovation and tools that will keep you informed.
The conference will take place in San Francisco. The deadline to register for the conference will be late April, and it will be completely free of charge to attend.
Taking inspiration from conferences such as Apple’s WWDC and Google I/O, Build is a large developer conference that focuses on the development of tools, applications, and services for the development of software and hardware.
Despite the fact that the Build conferences have been primarily focused on the enterprise market, Microsoft has shared information that is relevant to general consumers in previous years. It is expected that attendees will learn more about Microsoft Teams, Visual Studio, and Windows 11 at this year’s Build 2022 conference in Seattle.
Is it possible that Microsoft will use Build 2022 to introduce a new augmented reality/virtual reality headset to the general public? What are your thoughts? Microsoft’s interest in the metaverse and its applications raises the possibility of such a development.
Google and Apple have all announced that they will hold developer conferences in the near future, joining Microsoft as the latest to announce such a move.
The second annual Google I/O developer conference will take place on May 11th and 12th in Mountain View, California.
Google is expected to announce the successor to its Android 12 operating system, as well as a Pixel watch and the company’s next low-cost Pixel phone at this year’s conference. Google unveiled Android 12, major updates to WearOS, and a new video-chat technology called Project Starline at I/O 2021, following the announcements of the same products at last year’s event.
Apple is also preparing for the release of iOS 8 as part of its preparations for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, though official invitations have not yet been distributed.
This year’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) is expected to be held virtually rather than in person, according to expectations. In addition to announcing iOS 15, macOS Monterey, and WatchOS 8, Apple also announced new products at last year’s conference.
Published by : Aditya Andharia
Edited By : Kritika Kashyap