Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, Microsoft had to hold its Build 2020 developer conference virtually. Since there's no in-person version of the event, attendees have to miss out on all of the free t-shirts, stickers, and other swag that they might pick up.

Microsoft is still trying to make up for it, even though it's now a free event with over 100 thousand attendees. In fact, if you were one of the first thousand to register, the company sent out some stickers, a lunchbox, and even a virtual event badge.

For everyone else, there's some digital swag that you can get your hands on. It's all posted on GitHub, and it includes Build-themed desktop wallpapers, a Twitter header that you can use on your profile, and Apple Watch faces. They're offered in a variety of dark and light themes.

You can find the official virtual swag here, but for a little bonus, Scott Hanselman shared some of his wallpapers from his keynote this morning. You can find them over on Michael Gillett's WallpaperHub here.