Which will also be live streamed. Redmond is ready to show off the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update at a special event on February 8, and has dubbed it Window Developer Day.
The idea being to show developers what it means for their apps and games, and more about Microsoft’s latest developer products.
This one is special, and timely, too.
That is because Microsoft is not holding BUILD, its annual developer conference until May this year, which is to say it is a bit later than it usually is. Since Creators Update is set to launch in April, this May date provides the company with some space before it starts talking about the next feature update.
Redstone 3, that is.
Anyway, Kevin Gallo, director of the Windows Developer Platform, will be hosting this event above, and the Windows engineering team will be alongside. They promise to show off how the latest advances in Windows 10 APIs and tooling will help you build great software.
Of course, since we already know almost all there is to know about the Creators Update, it further makes sense for Microsoft to detail it to developers via a small live streamed event.
The company has put up a dedicated website for Windows Developer Day here.
Check it out and file in your RSVP.