Build 2017 tickets go on sale Feb 14th, see what’s next with Windows 10

Jack Wilkinson

Microsoft, Build

Microsoft’s annual Build event is fast approaching, known as Build 2017. It is a chance for Microsoft to showcase what it has been working on for developers and what the future holds.

During the event, we’ll get to see what’s coming next for Windows 10, as well as developer projects that Microsoft is planning, including the future of the Universal Windows Platform. Some points were outlined on what areas we can expect to get new information and announcements on, which include:

  • Mixed-reality experiences
  • Cutting edge, intelligent cloud apps
  • Simplified end-to-end dev ops experiences
  • Mobile experiences for nearly any device
  • Apps that make your customers more productive
  • AI-powered apps we have yet to imagine

In the announcement post of Build 2017, the company announced that tickets go on sale on February 14 at 9AM PST, as well as gave some background on what Microsoft does for developers and the community surrounding it:

For over 25 years Microsoft has been focused on bringing the developer community together with tech leaders like Bill Gates and Satya Nadella — at PDC and Build, from LA to San Francisco and now back to the clouds in Seattle. With more than 5,000 developers joining us in person and millions following via live stream, Build and Seattle will be the hub for what’s next.

The event takes place on May 10 till May 12 in Seattle. You will be able to buy tickets from the Build website.