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Author Topic: Microsoft Build 2017 is sold out, but you can still join a wait list  (Read 444 times)
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« on: February 15, 2017, 07:40:51 PM »

Microsoft Build 2017 is one of the most popular yearly events for the tech giant. During it, the company shows what’s coming up for its products including development of future Windows 10 features. Unfortunately, if you’re interested in attending this year, the tickets have already sold out.

Sales for the Build 2017 tickets just started yesterday set priced at a whopping $2,195 price tag and the company has already handed them all out. It’s not too surprising given the growth of Microsoft’s reach in multiple areas including cloud computing, Azure government cloud, Universal Windows Platform, augmented and virtual reality, and countless other areas of specialization.

Some of the announcements we can expect rendered from Build 2017 include:

Mixed-reality experiences

Cutting edge, intelligent cloud apps

Simplified end-to-end dev ops experiences

Mobile experiences for nearly any device

Apps that make your customers more productive

AI-powered apps we have yet to imagine

Of course, this doesn’t mean you’ll have to miss out. The keynotes and sessions are planned to be streamed for free online with follow-up replay videos no doubt. But if you’re willing to brave the chances, you can still sign up for the wait list just in case someone happens to cancel their tickets.

The annual conference will be held in Seattle beginning on May 10th and lasts until May 12th.

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