Not that long ago, Microsoft officially announced the Build 2013 developer conference, which takes place June 26th to June 28th in San Francisco, California. Immediately, the event sold out. Now, Microsoft is listening to consumers and has re-opened the registration!
In an tweet, Microsoft announced that the Build 2013 developer conference registration will re-open on May 15th, at 9AM Pacific Time. There is no word on exactly how many seats are still available and we expect this registration to close almost immediately. So if you missed the registration the first time around, now is your chance! You can snag one of the limited number of tickets available beginning May 15th by visiting the official Build 2013 website.
Registration opened April 1st and in just one day, the developer conference had sold out. Microsoft is still expected to showcase keynotes, select sessions, and live Q&A sessions online during the event, for those who were unable to attend. During Build, we will get our first official look at what’s next for Windows, Windows Server, Windows Azure, Visual Studio, and more Microsoft products. Of course, the hot topic will be Windows Blue and we are curious to see what Microsoft has to say about it.