Microsoft’s Build developer conference is filled with a lot of surprises each year. This year we saw big announcements like Continuum, Microsoft Edge, Windows Holographic platform and a lot more. According to earlier rumours, next year’s Build was expected to be held from March 29 to March 31. Now we have official confirmation that Build 2016 will be held from March 30 to April 1.
Microsoft’s chief developer evangelist Steven Guggenheimer tweeted earlier today, stating the dates of the grand event and asking developers “to see the future of Microsoft and technology.”
While there haven’t been any updates, as of yet, on the official Microsoft Build website (except for the venue of the programme, which remains the same as every year, Moscone Center in San Francisco), you can “save the date,” and join the mailing list.
There has been no official word about the schedule, pricing or even when you can get your tickets for the event yet, but you can be sure that once the tickets go on sale, they’re going to sell like pan cakes in a fair.
The expected fun at the developers’ conference next year is expected to center around Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, HoloLens, Visual Studio, .NET, Azure, Xbox, and everything remotely related to these products and services. Also, you can expect a lot of surprises from the Redmond giant, just like always.