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Build 2017 registration now open for RSVP code holders

Registration is now open for Microsoft's Build 2017 developer conference for a select few who have an RSVP registration code to use. Those who receive a code can head to the official Build 2017 website (opens in new tab) to enter their code and register to attend. The opening was initially spotted by developer Rafael Rivera on Twitter.

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The Build conference itself is set to kick off at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle from May 10-12, which is a tad later than in previous years. The cost of attending is a steep $2,195, but it should be well worth it for active developers who want to see what Microsoft has planned next for Windows 10 and beyond.

Indeed, we're expecting to hear more about what to expect in the next big feature update following the Creators Update, potentially our first official look at the Project NEON design overhaul, and much more. As usual, we'll be covering the event and bringing you the latest as it happens.

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8 Comments
  • is it me or this years build is bit late! i cant recall
  • If you're from those 7 countries... No build for you...
  • I'm not from one of the seven countries, and I'm not a Muslim, not religious at all. But I wont go to the US, won't spend my money there, while that disgusting orange-headed monster dictator and his band of Nazis are running the place.
  • He'll learn, give him a chance. He's been a politician for week
  • I'm sure there were those who said the same about Hitler.
  • Please help me understand so I can be open-minded here. Under President Obama, the USA frequently droned-bombed theses countries (Syria, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia and Libya) and that was OK. Under President Trump, the USA temporarily blocks immigration from nationals of these countries (Syria, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia and Libya) and that makes President Trump another Hitler. Bombing people to death; world hero.  Telling them they can't come to the USA, Hitler.  Is that right?
  • The bombings at their core where meant against terrorists, not the innocent civilians ( they where however poorly executed) trump's ban on the other hand discriminates whole nationalities, regardless of the individual's actions
  • Conference for a select few...... Or are there a few to select? 😉