We're now less than four weeks away from Microsoft kicking off its Build 2019 developer conference. Just as you'd expect, we're gradually learning more details about what will take place there. Today, the company finally published a list of sessions that attendees will be able to attend.
While the schedule is live, it's clearly not the full schedule. There are only 123 sessions so far, whereas last year, there were 434 sessions when Microsoft published it. However, the company waited a couple more weeks before publishing a schedule last time around. In short, you can expect more sessions to be added to the list between now and the start of the event on May 6.
If you search for Windows, you'll find 21 sessions, and 29 sessions for Microsoft 365. Sadly, none of them really give away what Microsoft plans to announced in Seattle next month. We are, however, expecting the firm to announce things like Windows Core OS and its new OS that we know of as Lite. Obviously, those sessions will be added closer to the event, or even after they're announced.
If you want to check out the schedule, you can find it here.