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Microsoft Build 2021 is coming: here are the sessions I’m attending

Microsoft Build 2021 is coming: here are the sessions I’m attending

It’s come around quickly this year, but Microsoft Build 2021 is next week: May 25-27 2021. As I prepare for another virtual conference, I recorded a quick video outlining how I use the Session Scheduler to find which sessions to watch, and talk about what I’m looking forward to watching this year.

Here’s the complete list of sessions mentioned in the video:

Build the next generation of collaborative apps for hybrid work

Empowering developers with powerful tooling and enabling frictionless app adoption

Build intelligent applications infused with world-class AI

Learn how to build exciting apps across meetings, chats, and channels within or outside Microsoft Teams

Ask the Experts: Developer tools for building apps on Microsoft Teams and enabling app adoption

Microsoft: Into Focus with Scott Guthrie, Scott Hanselman, Rajesh Jha and Kevin Scott

Learn how the most successful apps in Microsoft Teams plug into the platform to deliver customer value

Build solutions that span across Microsoft Teams, Viva Connections and SharePoint

Building Apps for Microsoft Teams and Web with Fluid Framework

Building great apps for Microsoft Teams using the Fluent Design System

Integrate with Microsoft Teams data using Microsoft Graph

This is just my current list though – if I’ve missed something worth watching, please let me know! If you are running a session you think I should attend I’d love to know about it.

Written by Tom Morgan

Tom is a Microsoft Teams Platform developer and Microsoft MVP who has been blogging for over a decade. Find out more.
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