International Windows app developers who would like to get a taste of the some of the best panels from Build 2016 can now register for a Build Tour event. Initially announced during Build 2016, the Build Tour will host free one-day events in several cities across the globe. Attending developers will get a taste of Build, with workshops, keynotes, Q&A sessions and more.
Here's a list of the upcoming stops and their corresponding dates:
- May 24th – Amsterdam, Netherlands
- May 24th – Barcelona, Spain
- May 26th – Melbourne, Australia
- June 3rd – Pune, India
- June 8th – Warsaw, Poland
- June 10th – Toronto, Canada
- June 14th – London, United Kingdom
Microsoft cautions that each event will host around 400 developers. So if you live near one of the host cities, you'll want to go ahead and register soon. If you're interested, you can head to Microsoft's blog post to fill out a registration form and put your name in the hat for an event near you.
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Went to build 2015. Most that was presented never happened.
Let's hope it's different this time
Why it should?
The keynotes especially do seem to have a feel of "we thought of this last week, we haven't really looked into whether it's feasible or not, but we'll announce it now and figure it out later"
London event still shows "I'm interested" rather than the full registration. If any other Windows Central fans here are also devs and going the same event maybe we could arrange a meet up with a few drinks and talk about the sessions etc.
I'm hoping that "I'm interested" doesn't mean all the places are taken already, I signed up anyway so hopefully will make it there! Posted from my Lumia 950
Names are pulled from a hat system. :)
Also 27th May in Singapore. With keynote by Satya Nadella.
You've been able to register for the Amsterdam event for 10 days now, I got my registration confirmation 10 days ago.
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