Microsoft’s Build 2017 registration now open to RSVP code holders


In December, Microsoft announced Build 2017 — the software giant’s annual developer conference where it usually talks about Windows. Today, the company opened up registration for Build 2017 to some developers — if you have a RSPV code, you can now book a place at Build 2017 right now. As usual, you will have to pay $2,195.00 to register for Build 2017.

Build 2017, for those unfamiliar, is starting on May 10 and it’ll last for two days. Microsoft is bringing Build to Seattle this year, which is the company’s hometown.

It is important to note that Microsoft has pushed back Build from the usual March-April timeframe to May this year which lines up with the company’s plans for Windows 10’s future. As I reported earlier this month, Microsoft plans to release the Windows 10 Creators Update in April, which is likely why the company slightly delayed Build this year. In addition to this, the company will also likely have a lot of stuff to show off from Windows 10’s upcoming “Redstone 3” release which is set to be released later this year.

If you have an RSPV code for Build 2017, you can register for Build 2017 here.

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