Microsoft has announced the dates of its Build 2019 developer conference, which will be held between May 6 and May 8. It will once again be held at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.
Unfortunately, just like last year, Microsoft's developer conference will overlap with Google's. Google's I/O 2019 conference kicks off on May 7 in Mountain View, once again leaving developers to be faced with the choice of which conference they should spend thousands of dollars to attend.
As usual, a big focus for Microsoft is going to be its Azure cloud services, and we won't see the same kind of focus on Windows that we've seen in years past. The firm will certainly talk up Microsoft 365, and we could see some HoloLens news after the next model is announced at Mobile World Congress.
Microsoft hasn't released the pricing for attendees yet, but you'll be able to register for the event beginning on February 27. Make sure to check back for more information, and you can also sign up for updates at Microsoft's website.