Microsoft will begin accepting registrations for its Build 2015 developer conference on January 22 at 9 am PST, ahead of the conference itself, which will be held in San Francisco’s Moscone Center from April 29 to May 1.
In a blog post announcing the registration date and time, Microsoft’s chief evangelist Steve Guggenheimer stated, “This year’s Build will lay out how you can be the most productive and creative developer you can be and showcase the latest tools and technologies you’ll be using to get it done. You can expect some fun surprises along the way as well.”
Oddly, Guggenheimer did not make any specific statements about Windows 10, which will certainly be front and center at Build 2015. Microsoft is scheduled to reveal more about the OS during a press event on Jan. 21 in Redmond, Washington.