Attend Microsoft Build 2022 - May 24-26, 2022
Published May 23 2022 06:21 AM 1,736 Views


Microsoft Build 2022 is set to kick off this week from May 24-26.  As a developer, this is not an event you want to miss. Build sets the stage for what is to come from Microsoft in the months ahead– announcements, strategy, and technology innovation that will shift the landscape.


On Day 1, in the Microsoft Build Opening keynote, Satya Nadella will share how Microsoft is creating new opportunities for developers across our platforms.


On Day 2, Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott, will share how new advances in AI and other tech and software innovations are empowering developers and creators to do more, be more productive and creative, and enrich the lives of everyone on the planet in the The Future of AI Development Tools.


After each day, join Scott Hanselman and friends as they discuss Build content, share their perspectives, interviews and recap the programming of the day:


Visit the Microsoft Build home page to view the event agenda and additional details. We recommend you register (it is free) to have the full attendee experience and to be able to participate in Q&As.

Healthcare session listed below for you to add to your schedule. Many sessions will also be available on-demand. Navigate to the session page to see full details.

Session Code PRT43 - Solving healthcare's toughest problems: Building clinical models using a self-supervision NLP framew...

Health organizations often lack the right tooling to scale their AI processes. Due to high manual, hours, expertise, and costs, health organizations are often unable to extract clinical outcomes and attributes that can impact the patient experience, quality of treatment, and overall profitability. The Health AI team at Microsoft is building solutions that enable users to rapidly build their own accurate clinical NLP models. In this session, we want to hear from you to shape our real-world scenarios and users. Participants will greatly benefit from learning about the impactful work at Microsoft that will increase their productivity by 10x and unlock real world evidence (RWE) advancements within Health & Life Sciences.


Session code: BRK13 Building document intelligence applications with Azure Applied AI and Azure Cognitive Services


Documents are the connective tissue for how many organizations get things done. Whether its contracts, health cards, or invoices, the ability to extract information, validate details, and generate actionable insights remains a major ask. In this session we'll dive into how developers can work across the full Azure stack of databases, application, and AI services, to build solutions around processing these documents and systems that can validate this information at scale.


Also check out, Session code CLC12Tech for Good: US innovators making an impact


Hear and engage with US developers who have used their technical skillset to build tech for the greater good. Discover how they identified a need, got started, and the biggest learnings during the project. The diverse panel will be comprised of developers whose work is a passion project, as well as corporate developers. It'll be inclusive of all technologies and developer languages - truly cross-solution agnostic (Azure, Power Platform, and M365).

Learn more 

  • One-to-One Consultations - Schedule a 45-minute personalized consultation with a Microsoft engineer to architect, design, implement or migrate your solutions. From getting started to advanced production workloads, the one-on-one consultation is tailored to your needs.
  • Cloud Skill Challenge is back, and you can earn a free Microsoft certification exam by completing a collection of interactive Microsoft learn modules.
  • Learning Zone: The Learning Zone is the center for training, development, and certification with Microsoft. Whatever your style of learning, you can find content and interactive opportunities to boost and diversify your cloud skills.
  • Connection Zone: Only at #MSBuild can you strengthen your network with local connections and meet with Microsoft product teams to help influence the future of products and services.


We can’t wait to see what you create and enjoy Microsoft Build 2022!


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