The tickets of the Microsoft’s BUILD 2012 developer conference have been sold out within the first hour. The developer-focused event is scheduled to reveal details about the future versions of Windows 8, Windows Azure, Windows Phone 8, Office 365, Bing, Visual Studio 2012 and Internet Explorer.
Tickets for the early bird registration, priced at $1,595 for the first 500, were sold out within the minutes. General admission was closed just after the first hour of opening of the sell. General Manager of developer and platform evangelism of Microsoft, Tim O’Brien, confirmed the incident.
Tim O’Brien confirmed that there will be arrangement of world class online experience of the vent for those who will be unable to attend. Again, local developer events throughout the world have been planned.
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