Microsoft Azure provides a broad range of services that enable developers to build, deploy and scale their apps even faster. Our end-to-end platform helps developers focus on apps, not infrastructure and our latest innovations enable developers to build applications with best-in-class developer tools, modernize existing apps as well as build cloud native applications.
Discover the latest news in Azure application development at Microsoft Build 2021 and explore how Microsoft’s developer toolkit and platform allows you to build on your terms and run your applications your way.
The online event will be kicking off on the morning of May 25th, at 8.30 AM in the Pacific Time Zone. The event programming will include a keynote, live segments, breakouts, Ask the Experts, Product Roundtables, Learn Lives, Intro to Technical Skills sessions, and more. This all will be available across multiple time zones. Be sure to visit the Microsoft Build home page to view the event agenda and additional details. We recommend you to register (it is free) to have full attendee experience and be able to participate in Q&As.
The complete line up of Azure Application Development technical sessions is listed below for you to build a schedule that is unique to you and your interests. Many sessions will be available in two different time zones but most of them will be available on-demand at the links below. Navigate to the session page to see full details.
Microsoft Build is also and foremost an amazing opportunity to connect with Microsoft experts. After each breakout sessions, you can join our Ask The Experts sessions to dive deeper on the subject and engage in live discussions.
Influence the future of Microsoft products and services by registering for Product Roundtables. These small group discussion sessions allow you to talk with the Microsoft product teams where you’ll have the possibility to explain how you use Microsoft products.
Take advantage of connecting with Microsoft experts who will walk you through some great app development Learn modules available today on Microsoft Learn. Tune in for Intro to Python and C# session to learn how to get started programming with these popular languages.