Microsoft is canceling its Build developer conference, one of its biggest events of the year, which was slated to be held from May 19 to 21st in Seattle. It will do it as an online event instead.
Other companies, including Google, Facebook, and Amazon, have similarly canceled their developer conferences, opting instead to take them online.
Microsoft has had at least two COVID-19 cases among employees. The company has advised most employees to work from home, but is asking some sales people to continue working.
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Microsoft is canceling its Build developer conference – one of its largest events of the year – and moving it online, citing health concerns amid the spread of coronavirus.
The event was slated to be held on May 19 to 21 in Seattle, and had around 6,000 attendees in 2019.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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