Back in December, Microsoft announced that it will be holding its annual Build developer conference from May 10-12 in Seattle. Registration for it wasn't open yet though, until today.
Indeed, registration is now open, but you'll need an RSVP code. So how do you get one of those? No-one really knows because no one seems to have received one yet. Obviously, you'd need to be invited, and since the registration just opened up today, one would assume that Microsoft is just getting around to sending out those invitations.
The registration website also lists the price of attending, which is set at $2,195. Naturally, this includes attending the event, and doesn't include any accommodations, although Microsoft says that it has negotiated discount rates for nearby hotels.
Build 2017 will be where Microsoft talks about what's next for developers. With the Windows 10 Creators Update launching in April, it seems likely that we'll hear about the next feature update to Windows 10, which is codenamed Redstone 3. We might also learn more about Windows 10 Cloud, which is a lightweight version of Windows that will only run UWP apps from the Store.