The session catalog for Microsoft Ignite 2020 is now live

Microsoft's Ignite 2020 conference is just 12 days away at this point. Right now, many of us would normally be finalizing travel plans to New Orleans, but due to the unique circumstances of 2020, the event is being held virtually this year. As was the case with Build in May, that means that attendance is free for everyone.

Now, the company has published the session schedule, as registration opened up a week ago. If you've registered, you can now go ahead and start building out your schedule. After logging into the account you used to register, you can start sorting through the schedule and choose to add a session to your personal schedule, or save it to your 'backpack', which is more or less bookmarking it.

There are several key segments, such as Jared Spataro's 'The Future of Work', a session called 'Invent with purpose on Azure with Julia White and Friends', and 'Microsoft Power Platform: Fill the app gap and supercharge organizational agility'. There's also one with Panos Panay and Brad Anderson that you might not want to miss, called 'Panos and Brad Unplugged - a conversation about new hybrid workstyles with Windows and Microsoft 365'.

If you want to start building your agenda, you can do it at the Ignite website here.

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