Microsoft will be opening registration for its Build 2015 developer conference in Sans Francisco the day after the announcement of Windows 10 Technical Preview for Consumer.
The three-day event, which runs April 29-May 1, will set you back some thousands of bucks, but the exact fee and other details have yet to be shared.
With today’s announcement also comes a preliminary agenda for the developer event. One thing quite likely to be unveiled is the future of Windows, especially Windows 10 for phones allowing the universal apps to be run on both x86 and ARM chips.
Like Build 2014, this year’s event is also going to have one-day keynotes by heads of different groups at the helm of the company. The following two days will likely several hours of sessions on Windows, Azure, Visual Studio 2015 and other developer tools including “Open Sourcing .NET” While other subjects more than likely to come up with “mobile first, cloud first” motto.
“Our shift to a mobile first, cloud first company is in full swing,” reads the official announcement.
Last year, the show attendees received a free Xbox One and a $500 Microsoft Store gift card. This year, the event will be held at Moscone Center in San Francisco. So, those wishing to attend the 2015 show should not waste time and save the date for Microsoft’s premier developer conference; typically, the show sells out quickly.
We’ll share more in the coming weeks, but know that Build is a can’t-miss event for anyone who wants first-hand experience of the latest Microsoft technologies.