If you're planning to attend Build 2018, you can now secure your spot. Microsoft has opened up registration this year's developer conference, allowing developers to sign up to attend.
Build 2018 is set to run from May 7-9, and the conference will once again take place in Seattle. As usual, the annual developer even will feature plenty of sessions, demos, and discussions with industry experts. We're also expecting, like last year's event, to get an early look at some of what's coming to Windows 10 with its next big update.
Pricing comes in at $2,495 per person, so attending doesn't come cheap. However, if you're interested, you can register for Build 2018 at Microsoft now. If you decide to stay home, Windows Central will be covering the event from the ground from May 7-9.
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