Microsoft has today announced dates for this year's Build developer conference, which is now confirmed to be happening on May 6, 7, and 8 in Seattle. Like last year, this year's conference clashes with Google's own developer event, which takes place on May 7, 8, and 9.
Build 2019 is expected to feature more talk from Microsoft about developer opportunities using Azure and Windows. Rumors also suggest Microsoft will finally talk more about Windows Core OS, and may even take the wraps off Microsoft's upcoming Windows Lite OS.
Join us in Seattle for Microsoft's premier event for developers. Come and experience the latest developer tools and technologies. Imagine new ways to create software by getting industry insights into the future of software development. Connect with your community to understand new development trends and innovative ways to code.
Registration for Build 2019 opens February 27. Will you be attending? Let us know in the comments.
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