The Online registration for Microsoft BUILD conference has sold out without Microsoft posting an agenda for the three- four-day event (five, if you include the pre-con day). Early-bird discounted Build registration ended as of August 1, as well.
Microsoft announced plans for its Windows 8 developer conference in mid-September, known as Build, back on June 1, as a replacement for its Professional Developers Conference (PDC) and WinHEC (Windows Hardware Engineering Conference) -- at least for this year. There's no word as to whether Build will be a recurring event or how much (if any) Windows Phone, Xbox/XNA and/or Azure development content will be included as part of the conference.
The Build Web site includes the following description as to the purpose of the show:
There is still no detailed session list, keynote list or speaker list available for the conference.
[Via: All About Microsoft]