Microsoft hosts one of the world’s biggest developer community events, Microsoft Build, every year. For this year, Microsoft is organizing the Build 2017 developer conference in Seattle from May 10 to 12. It will bring in more than 5,000 developers in person and livestream to gather knowledge of upcoming updates from senior Microsoft executives.

Today, Redmond has announced that tickets will go on sale from 14th February at 9:00 a.m PST via Build’s official site. The company has advertised the news through its official blog post to address excited developers. The blog stated,

Join us in person — or online — for keynotes, deep technical sessions, hackathons and opportunities to collaborate and code with your fellow technologists and Microsoft engineers.

Tickets go on sale Feb. 14 at 9:00 a.m. PST at There’s never been a more exciting time to be a developer, or a more exciting time to build with Microsoft’s products, tools and cloud services.

According to the ticket registration info on Build’s website, a single ticket will cost around $2,195 per person. That’s too much a value to pay off, but the blog proclaims of offering insights and latest innovations from the developer world.

As per the blog post, the event will not only provide mixed-reality experiences but will also introduce cutting edge, intelligent cloud apps. One of the most significant areas that the conference will focus on includes AI-powered apps that will enhance customer productivity.

Moreover, Microsoft is expected to lend further details about Project NEON at Build 2017 conference. The said conference is important otherwise too as Microsoft will discuss the Windows 10 update at the event (expected to ship by end of this year). Redmond will roll out the design changes along with the Redstone 3 launch, likely later this year.We’ll update you with any other information concerned with Build 2017 conference as soon as we hear it. Till then, get ready to spend some hefty bucks to attend the conference.

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