Just a few days after Microsoft's Build 2016 developer conference, the company will be holding a smaller event in San Francisco on April 4 to focus on the Microsoft Edge web browser in Windows 10. That's the goal of the second annual Microsoft Edge Web Summit.

The first annual event was held before Windows 10 officially launched, so this year's summit could be much more interesting. Kyle Pflug, the program manager for Microsoft Edge, wrote:

Come learn what's under the hood of our newly open-sourced JavaScript engine, powerful techniques for building accessible sites, and what's on our roadmap for the year ahead – not to mention a few surprises! This is a unique opportunity to learn from the engineers who build Microsoft's browser and rendering engine, and for us to learn from you in breakout sessions, Q&As, workshops, and lots of opportunities to socialize! There's no better place to make your mark on the future of EdgeHTML.

More details on the event, which will be free to attend, will be revealed later this month, along with the actual registration page.

Source: Microsoft