If you've been waiting to be able to register for this year's Build, now's your chance. Microsoft has opened registrations for this year's edition of the developer event, which is taking place from May 19 through 21.
Build is often the stage for a myriad of announcements, and though it's a developer-focused event, many of the features and capabilities introduced at the show tend to impact consumers. This year, it's likely that Microsoft will want to talk about Windows 10X and the Surface Neo and Duo, all of which are coming later this year. Dual-screen experiences are still in their very early stages, and it's only logical that developers need to be prepared for it.
In fact, even before Build, Microsoft has already released the Surface Duo emulator, so you can begin testing your apps for the dual-screen form factor on Android. Additionally, Windows Developer Day will be on February 11, and Microsoft has promised a Windows 10X emulator will be available then.
If you're also interested in Google's I/O developer event, you'll be happy to know that, for the first time since 2017, the two don't collide. Google I/O takes place the week before Build, from May 12 through 14.