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After conducting the Build developers conference in San Francisco, California for several years, Microsoft is bringing the event back to Pacific Northwest. The conference is expected to be held from May 10th to May 12th, 2017.
The core purpose behind Microsoft Build conferences is to make its users aware of the future of its software release schedule. This is exactly what we expect to happen this year as well, with the Windows 10 Creators Update being the star of the show.
It is also worth noting that Microsoft has pushed the Build 2017 event to May, instead of its usual March or April timeframe. To stay on track with the latest updates regarding registration, keep checking https://build.microsoft.com. Right now, it is a little too early to speculate the happenings of the event so stay put for more information.
There also have been certain rumors regarding the Build 2017 event. It is being said that Microsoft will most likely parade Windows 10 ‘Redstone 3’ at the event. If you recall, we had also previously reported about the upcoming Project NEON by Microsoft. We also expect to get a little more familiar with that in May.
In other news, you might also have heard about the Microsoft Envision conference and the Microsoft Ignite conference. The former was scheduled for February 2017 in Los Angeles, California and the latter in September in Orlando, Florida. It is reported that Microsoft will be combining the two separate conferences into one and being renamed to “Microsoft Inspire”. It will be held from July 9 to July 13 in Washington, DC.
As for the Build 2017 conference, Microsoft still has not announced when you’ll be able to register. But interested folks can sign up for a mailing list for more information.