Update: As expected, the event has now sold out within minutes of opening. You can still join the wait list.
Windows 10 is a whole new unified direction which Microsoft is taking, and developers need to know how it will be different from previous versions of Windows and other platforms. This is the purpose of the Build conference held on April 29th – May 1st in San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
Microsoft has opened up registration for the event and you can head over to www.buildwindows.com to sign up — it costs $2095 to attend. The event takes place for three days, and will offer developers an immersive look into Windows 10. Microsoft will also showcase the latest tools and technologies to help developers make the best out of Microsoft’s new universal platform.
“Build will lay out how you can be the most productive and creative developer you can be, and showcase the latest tools and technologies you’ll be using to get it done. Join us for three days of immersive presentations delivered by the engineers behind our devices and services. Whether you’re a professional developer, hobbyist, or student, this is one conference you don’t want to miss,” the Build 2015 website states.
More exciting Windows 10 stuff on the way!