Ticket’s to Microsoft’s annual developers conference have sold out in record time this year. Microsoft sold out of its allocation of tickets in around 20 minutes last year, but tickets disappeared in just a minute today. Developers now have to sign-up to a waiting list to try and get tickets. The conference takes place on March 30th through April 1st in San Francisco, and is designed to provide the first look at the future of a lot of Microsoft’s software for 2016.
While the price has increased from $2,095 to $2,195 to attend this year, a lack of free hardware giveaway has clearly not discouraged developers from attending. It’s not clear exactly what Microsoft will cover in its Build keynote this year, but expect to hear a lot more about updates to Windows 10, cloud services, and perhaps some more apps coming to multiple platforms.
Written by Tom Warren of The Verge
(Source: The Verge)