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Microsoft is holding two technical training events in June 2017: Build Tour 2017 and Mission Mars. These global seminars will help you learn the latest Microsoft technologies from Microsoft program managers, developers, and technical evangelists.

The event has expanded back to two days, hopefully getting back into the old TechEd days, with demo sessions the main focus on Day 1. The second day will be centred around a full day hackathon.

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The Microsoft Build Tour brings the best of Microsoft Build right to you. Developers building Line of Business or consumer applications using Cloud or traditional desktop technologies will hear firsthand from Microsoft experts about the latest technical news and updates from the Microsoft Build conference. After the keynote, we’ll host a full day of practical sessions covering recently released Cloud and Windows technologies you can use today in your own applications. Stay another day, in most cities, and code with Microsoft developers at the Microsoft Build Tour hackfest – space is limited. And lastly, get a hands-on demo of Microsoft Mixed Reality new immersive headsets coming to market, as well as HoloLens.

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Day one of the conference was true to its developer core, with over two hours of news on cloud computing, enterprise-level databases, artificial intelligence and machine learning unveils. But the company also slipped in some news on its Cortana digital assistant and internet of things initiatives, adding a nod to the social responsibility and ethics that will need to accompany these radical expansions of cloud-based computing power.

Last but not least, attendess will be able to have a hands-on demo with the first Windows Mixed Reality headsets that will ship to consumers later this year. Seating will be limited, so hurry up to register for the location of your choice on the dedicated website.

The event has been held at a large Convention center, or purpose-built meeting space on the Microsoft Campus. The Keynote on the first day has been led by the Microsoft CEO addressing the press and developers. It has been the place to announce the general technology milestones for developers. There are breakout sessions conducted by engineers and program managers, most often Microsoft employees representing their particular initiatives. The keynote on the second day often includes deeper dives into technology. Thousands of developers and technologists from all over the world attend.

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Build 2014 was held at the Moscone Center (West) in San Francisco from April 2 to April 4, 2014. The date and venue of Build 2014 were prematurely published by Microsoft's website on December 12, 2013, but was subsequently pulled. Microsoft ultimately made an official announcement on the next day. Build attendees received a free Xbox One and a $500 Microsoft Store gift card.

For the first time, the Build Tour will be a two-day event in each city, except for Munich, where it will only last a single day. "You can decide to attend just the sessions on the first day," Microsoft said, "or sign-up for a deep (and fun!) hands-on experience on the second day." Here's what to expect:


In some cities, you many also get a hands-on demo of Microsoft Mixed Reality new immersive headsets coming to market, as well as HoloLens. Find more details about this tour here.

Build 2017 is officially upon us, and you can watch all the action from the opening keynote of Microsoft’s annual developer conference in the live stream above. Unlike years past today’s focus is on Azure, and IoT, and day 2 of the conference tomorrow is expected to be more focused on the consumer side of things such as Windows. Our own Kip Kniskern is on the ground in Seattle, so be sure to keep it tuned to OnMSFT all day long for updates and all the Build news and information.

They announced the next major update for Windows, previously known as codename Redstone 3. Seems to be a heavy focus on additional 3D capabilities. Including the new Story Remix app, Fluent Design, and cross-platform capabilities.

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