Official Microsoft Build 2017 Apps Now Available for Windows, iOS, and Android

Richard Hay, Senior Content Producer

May 4, 2017

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Next week in Seattle Microsoft will host developers from around the world for three full days of sessions relating to Microsoft technologies, development tools, and services to prepare them for the companies roadmap heading into the rest of 2017 and beyond.

Whether you are attending the conference in person or watching from work or home, you can now download the Build 2017 apps and start to poke around the schedule to see what sessions are being offered.

Note: Keep in mind that some of these session titles may be place holders until after the keynotes in order to not reveal some of the product announcements that Microsoft will make at the conference.

Here are the links based on your platform:

Windows PC and Mobile

iOS for iPad and iPhone


If you sign into the app you can select your sessions and create your entire schedule plus get push notifications during the conference concerning event logistics, etc.

This gallery gives you a look at the app and its various pages of information.

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About the Author(s)

Richard Hay

Senior Content Producer, IT Pro Today (Informa Tech)

I served for 29 plus years in the U.S. Navy and retired as a Master Chief Petty Officer in November 2011. My work background in the Navy was telecommunications related so my hobby of computers fit well with what I did for the Navy. I consider myself a tech geek and enjoy most things in that arena.

My first website – – came online in 1995. Back then I used GeoCities Web Hosting for it and is the result of the work I have done on that site since 1995.

In January 2010 my community contributions were recognized by Microsoft when I received my first Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for the Windows Operating System. Since then I have been renewed as a Microsoft MVP each subsequent year since that initial award. I am also a member of the inaugural group of Windows Insider MVPs which began in 2016.

I previously hosted the Observed Tech PODCAST for 10 years and 317 episodes and now host a new podcast called Faith, Tech, and Space. 

I began contributing to Penton Technology websites in January 2015 and in April 2017 I was hired as the Senior Content Producer for Penton Technology which is now Informa Tech. In that role, I contribute to ITPro Today and cover operating systems, enterprise technology, and productivity.

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