Figure 1 Sign-up at http://buildtour.microsoft.com
On the heels of the Build conferences these last few years, we have had the pleasure of meeting thousands of developers around the world. Their feedback and technical insight has helped us to continue the tradition and explore more technical depth.
Today, I’m excited to announce the Microsoft Build Tour 2017, coming to cities around the globe this June! The Microsoft Build Tour is an excellent way to experience Microsoft Build news first-hand, and also work directly with Microsoft teams from Redmond and your local area.
This year, we’re bringing the Microsoft Build Tour to these locations:
|June 5-6||Shanghai, China|
|June 8-9||Beijing, China|
|June 12||Munich, Germany *|
|June 13-14||Seoul, Republic of Korea|
|June 14-15||Helsinki, Finland|
|June 19-20||Warsaw, Poland|
|June 21-22||Hyderabad, India|
|June 29-30||Sydney, Australia|
The Microsoft Build Tour is for all developers using Microsoft platform and tools. We will cover a breadth of topics across Windows, Cloud, AI, and cross-platform development. We will look at the latest news around .NET, web apps, the Universal Windows Platform, Win32 apps, Mixed Reality, Visual Studio, Xamarin, Microsoft Azure, Cognitive services, and much more.
We also want to go deeper into code, so this year we’re bringing the tour as a two-day* event. You can decide to attend just the sessions on the first day, or sign-up for a deep (and fun!) hands-on experience on the second day.
- Day 1: Full day of fast-paced, demo-driven sessions, focusing primarily on new technology that you can start using immediately in your projects, with a bit of forward-looking awesomeness for inspiration.
- Day 2: Full day hackathon where you’ll use the latest technologies to build a fun client, cloud and mobile solution that meet the requirements of a business case given at the beginning of the day. Seating is limited for Day 2, so be sure to register soon!
In most locations, on both days, we’ll also have a Mixed Reality experience booth where you’ll be able to sign up for scheduled hands-on time with Microsoft HoloLens and our latest Windows Mixed Reality devices.
To learn more and register, visit http://buildtour.microsoft.com. Can’t make it in person? Select cities will be live-streamed regionally to give you a chance to view the sessions and participate in the Q&A.
We can’t wait to see you on the tour!
— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) May 17, 2017
*Munich is a single day, session-focused event.
Updated May 18, 2017 7:54 am