Google and Apple have had their developer conferences earlier this year, and it looks like Microsoft will be next. Today, the company announced that its annual developer conference: BUILD will be held on Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, Washington from October 30th to November 2nd. This year’s BUILD event will be held a week after Windows 8 is released – which should give developers some time to play around with the final version of the operating system beforehand.
According to Microsoft, this year’s event will be unlike anything they’ve held on their corporate campus in a long time. Speakers will be from its engineering teams and topics that will be covered include: Windows Azure, Windows Phone 8, Windows Server 2012, Visual Studio 2012 and much more. Registrations begin next month on August 8th, 8am PT at buildwindows.com. More details about BUILD 2012 will be released in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.
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