Microsoft publishes the agenda for its Build 2020 virtual event

Last week, Microsoft opened up registration for its Build 2020 developer conference, also announcing some details about its upcoming event. Now, the agenda has been published on the Build website.

The event will begin at 8am Pacific, followed by the “Empowering every developer” keynote from CEO Satya Nadella. At 8:40, it will be time for the Imagine Cup, followed by a session with Scott Hanselman and then a session with Scott Guthrie.

Here’s the agenda for May 19:

PDT Experiences
8:00 AM

Microsoft Build digital event begins

8:20 AM

Empowering every developer, with Satya Nadella

8:40 AM

Imagine Cup

9:00 AM Every developer is welcome, with Scott Hanselman and guests
10:15 AM Azure for every developer, with Scott Guthrie and guests
11:00 AM Building the tools for modern work, with Rajesh Jha and guests
12:30 PM Digital Breakouts with live Q&A
4:45 PM Social Hour: Mix, Mingle, and Celebrate
5:20 PM Empowering every developer, with Satya Nadella
5:40 PM Imagine Cup
6:00 PM Every developer is welcome, with Scott Hanselman and guests
7:30 PM Digital Breakouts with live Q&A

Obviously, some of these sessions are being replayed, which is for people in different time zomes. You can see that in the day two schedule as well.

PDT Experiences
12:15 AM

Azure for every developer, with Scott Guthrie and guests

1:00 AM

New ways to work and learn, with Rajesh Jha and guests

2:00 AM

Digital Breakouts with live Q&A

9:45 AM The future of tech, with Kevin Scott and guests
10:30 AM

Ask Scott Guthrie, with Scott Guthrie

11:30 AM

Power Platform for developers, with James Philips

12:30 PM Digital Breakouts with live Q&A
6:30 PM

Social Hour: Mix, Mingle, and Celebrate

7:30 PM The future of tech, with Kevin Scott and guests
8:15 PM Power Platform for developers, with James Philips
9:30 PM Digital Breakouts with live Q&A

The rest of the event will be breakout sessions, as usual. That schedule isn’t listed just yet, although it should be pretty soon. After all, Build is just 11 days away. It’s still not listed in the Microsoft Events app, and it’s unclear if that’s even where Microsoft will publish the schedule.