Microsoft has announced that its next Build developer conference will take place from March 29th to April 1st ,2016. Once again, the annual Build developer conference will be held in San Francisco, California. According to the reports, the Redmond-based tech giant is expected to use the three-day event to announce upgrades on Windows 10, Visual Studio, Windows Bridge programs, Azure, .NET and HoloLens project among others.
Microsoft’s chief developer evangelist Steven Guggenheimer has confirmed the date on Twitter, and tweeted that “Build is back in San Francisco, Mar 30 – Apr 1! Developers, join us to see the future of Microsoft and technology”.
The brand is reportedly working on the future of Windows, and is currently preparing updates to Windows 10 platform under the Redstone codename, which it is expected to showcase at Build.
Reports also suggest that Microsoft could share updates on the HoloLens project, Windows Bridge programs, Azure, .NET developments and more. In addition, the software-giant is also expected to unveil Project Astoria, a tool that allows developers to port Android apps to the Windows platform.