If you're planning on attending this year's Build developer conference, now's your chance to secure your spot. Tickets for Build 2017 are now on sale (opens in new tab), but they're likely to sell out quickly, so you'll want to hurry to reserve your spot.
Running from May 10-12 in Seattle, this year's Build looks to offer plenty of interesting stuff for developers. Here's a look, from Microsoft:
- Mixed-reality experiences
- Cutting edge, intelligent cloud apps
- Simplified end-to-end dev ops experiences
- Mobile experiences for nearly any device
- Apps that make your customers more productive
- AI-powered apps we have yet to imagine
At $2,195 per person, the cost of attending isn't cheap. But if you're an eager developer, the experience is definitely worth it. You'll want to move quickly to secure your spot, however, as tickets sold out within minutes in 2016.
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Sigh. Tried registering last year as well. Could never even get through to the registration page due to server issues.
Is it only me noticing that the poster looks awful?
Waiting for windows phone related announcement
You'll see none. I hope for RS3 and Project Neon announcements.
I got in. I'll be at build. :)
Looks like everyone that wanted to register was able to register this year. Makes me wonder if they increased the size or the venue change made a difference. Either way it's going to be another great year.
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