Build, Microsoft’s annual conference for third-party developers, will take place this year at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from April 2-4. Registration opens at 9 a.m. PT on Jan. 14, at 9 a.m. PT on the Build website. There’s a blog post — though not many more details about the lineup — from Steve Guggenheimer,…More
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SAN FRANCISCO — I’m at the Moscone Center for day 2 of Build, Microsoft’s big annual conference for independent, third-party developers. I’ll be liveblogging the keynote, which is scheduled to start a 9 a.m. Today’s keynote is supposed to cover: Windows Azure, cloud for business, rich Office 365 extensibility, enterprise grade SaaS integration, tools.More
SAN FRANCISCO — I’m at Microsoft’s Build conference for third-party developers taking place in San Francisco’s Moscone Center this year. I’ll be liveblogging the keynote, which starts at about 9 a.m., down below in this post.More
[Build, Microsoft's annual conference for independent, third-party developers, starts Wednesday at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. I'll be reporting from there here at this blog and on seattletimes.com.
In the meantime, here's my preview of some of what Microsoft will be talking about at Build, as well as what some developers are hoping to see/hear.]
Unlike the previous two years at the Build conference, there is no radical new operating system to be introduced or launched.
Rather, at this year’s Build, Microsoft’s annual conference for third-party developers Wednesday through Friday at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, the focus will be on an updated version of that operating system — called Windows 8.1 — as well as the road map for other Microsoft products and services.More
Microsoft has announced the dates for this year’s Build conference: June 26-28 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Build is Microsoft’s annual conference for third-party developers where the company talks about its progress and roadmap for products and services such as Windows, Windows Server, Windows Azure and Visual Studio, and what it means for…More