This year's Microsoft Build developer conference is going to be virtual, and that's going to be the case next year as well. But Microsoft is carrying on, as there will be keynotes, sessions, and workshops just like an in-person event.
Last week, the agenda was published for the virtual event, showing the main schedule of keynotes and workshops, all of which will be replayed at different times for different time zones. Now, the full session list is live.
Microsoft Build 2020 includes a list of 604 sessions, and that probably won't change. Usually, the schedule is published weeks ahead of time, and then sessions get added between then and the actual event. But at this point, we're just five days away.
Out of those 604, exactly zero show up in search results for Windows 10X. There are 51 sessions that show up in a search for Windows though, such as "Unifying and evolving the Windows platform".
Sadly, the event isn't populating in the Microsoft Events app, so if you're attending the event, you'll have to use the web interface to manage your schedule. You can check it out here.