Global Build tour is set to visit 23 cities in 17 countries

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Microsoft’s Build event runs from April 29- May 1 this year and Microsoft enthusiasts are chomping at the bit to see what lies in store. While keynote speeches will be streamed lived and we at WinBeta will be covering the news from the event, some people want to be closer to the action. To meet that demand Microsoft is doing a Build Tour from May 18- June 15 including 23 events spanning over 17 countries.

Some of the cities that the tour will be visiting include New York and LA in the US, Mumbai and Bangalore India, London in the UK, Berlin Germany, Toronto Canada, Sydney Australia, Paris France,  and Beijing and Shanghai China.

Microsoft explains that they, “will be demonstrating and sharing the capabilities of our latest technologies with many of the same Build speakers.” Spring is an exciting time to be a Microsoft enthusiast. Build is one of Microsoft’s largest tech events of the year and is expected to unveil a large amount of news when it comes to Windows 10. Having part of that tour visit cities around the world will give people the opportunity to see this news up close and personal.

To register for an event, which is free according to their website, you can follow the link below.