Microsoft has opened registrations for its Build 2017 developer conference today, and you may want to act fast if you really want to attend the event (via Petri). Last year, tickets sold out in just one minute but registrations for the event are still opened at the time of our writing.
Hopefully, moving the conference to the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle will allow more developers to attend this year. As a reminder, the event will run from May 10, through May 12 and the ticket will cost you $2,195. You can register right now on the dedicated website with your Microsoft account or your LinkedIn account
Compared to last year, the conference has been pushed to later in the Spring, a couple of weeks after the upcoming release of the Windows 10 Creators Update. However, we hope that Microsoft will have plenty of news to share about UWP apps, Windows Holographic, artificial intelligence and more. Let us know in the comments if you plan to attend the event.