Microsoft is only a few hours away from starting its BUILD 2013 developer conference in San Fransisco. It will begin with the keynote address, where Microsoft is expected to officially announce the Windows 8.1 public preview will be available to download.
Microsoft will live stream the keynote address on the Channel9 website today, as well as the day 2 keynote on Thursday. However, Microsoft will also upload videos of all of the BUILD 2013 sessions that will be held from today through Friday, after the fact.
The Channel9 site has already posted up a full schedule of the BUILD 2013 sessions, offering anyone who is not attending the event a heads up on the subjects they will cover. Some of the session titles give a few clues as to what Microsoft might reveal during the conference.
One session is called "What's New in Direct3D 11.2" which would confirm that Microsoft plans to launch a new version of its Direct3D graphics API. Another session is called "Hyper-fast web graphics with WebGL" which would also seem to confirm that Internet Explorer 11 will likely support WebGL.
Neowin will be attending BUILD 2013 and we will be offering reports from the various sessions and keynotes over the next few days.
Source: Channel9 | Image via Microsoft