Microsoft has canceled the Build 2020 Developer Conference, which was due to be held in Seattle from May 19-21. More precisely, now it will be a “digital event.” The source cites a message received from a company representative:
“The safety of our community is a top priority. In light of Washington’s health safety recommendations, we will be hosting our annual Microsoft Build Developer Event as a digital event instead of a personal event. We look forward to bringing our ecosystem of developers together in this new virtual format for learning, connecting and coding together. Follow the news”.
The conference is primarily aimed at developers, but by tradition, the company presents upcoming versions of Windows, Office, and also other programs and services. This year, it was expected that details about dual-screen devices running Android and Windows 10X would be published. Earlier this month, another major developer conference, Google I / O, was canceled.