Microsoft’s Windows 8 centric BUILD conference is now sold out.
The software giant opened its doors to BUILD registration on June 1 at the All Things Digital conference. Two months later and the company has sold all tickets to eager developers wanting to learn the latest on Microsoft’s plans for 2012. Mary Jo Foley of ZDNet noticed the sold out notice at Microsoft’s BUILD site and reports that some developers were unable to convince their managers that it was worth attending BUILD given Microsoft’s lack of agenda and information.
Microsoft is expected to deliver a Windows 8 beta at BUILD in September alongside more details on other Microsoft technologies. Internet Explorer 10 is currently being worked on and will be part of Microsoft’s Windows 8 offering. The company is expected to detail further IE10 enhancements and test bits for developers. The BUILD conference replaces Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference, typically held every year.