Microsoft held one of its biggest Build developer conferences in San Francisco earlier this year, and now the software maker is ready to return to California. Microsoft is holding its Build 2016 conference in San Francisco between March 30th and April 1st next year, with planned announcements about "the future of Microsoft and technology."
Microsoft usually uses Build to show off the future of Windows, and the company is currently preparing updates to Windows 10 under the Redstone codename. It's likely that at least one of those updates will be ready to preview in late March, so Microsoft's timing could be ideal to once again demo future Windows 10 updates. At Build earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled plans to support reworked Android and iOS apps on Windows 10, alongside platform enhancements and developer-focused announcements. We might not see such a big announcement next year, but with "the future of Microsoft" on the agenda anything is possible.
//Build is back in San Francisco, Mar 30 – Apr 1! Developers, join us to see the future of Microsoft and technology https://t.co/UqwNOjvzxe— Steven Guggenheimer (@StevenGuggs) December 4, 2015