updated 05:37 pm EST, Sun November 4, 2012
On-demand streams of keynotes, sessions available
Microsoft has now put all of the session videos online from Build 2012. The conference, which took place at the Microsoft campus, was attended by Windows developers that were looking to build apps for the recently-released Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Phone 8 operating systems.
The videos are free to view by anyone with an interest in Windows programming, with key sessions such as "Developing a Windows Store app" and "Windows Phone 8: Native C/C++ Game Development" available on demand.
The first keynote of the event saw CEO Steve Balmer confirm sales of Windows 8 upgrades hitting 4 million in the first few days of launch. The PayPal Windows 8 API, a future Dropbox app and an "82-inch Slate" were mentioned, with attendees receiving a Microsoft Surface and 100GB of SkyDrive for turning up.