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Founded Year



Grant | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$450K | 9 yrs ago


BUILD is a non profit dedicated to proving the power of experiential learning through entrepreneurship, and igniting the potential of youth in under-resourced communities.

BUILD Headquarter Location

2385 Bay Road

Redwood City, California, 94063,

United States


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BUILD Patents

BUILD has filed 28 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Building engineering
  • Concrete
  • Structural engineering
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Application Date

Grant Date


Related Topics




Building engineering, Concrete, Sailing rigs and rigging, Woodworking, Role-playing video games


Application Date


Grant Date



Related Topics

Building engineering, Concrete, Sailing rigs and rigging, Woodworking, Role-playing video games



Latest BUILD News

Microsoft makes support for Linux GUI apps on Windows 10 generally available

May 25, 2021

Microsoft's Build 2021 event doesn't have a whole lot of Windows-specific news, but there are some tidbits of potential interest to Windows developers, especially those wanting to run Linux apps on Windows. Credit: Microsoft Microsoft is making the promised support for Linux graphical user interface (GUI) apps on Windows 10 available to customers as of today, May 25. Microsoft officials made the announcement on Day 1 of its virtual Build 2021 developers conference. There isn't a whole lot of Windows-focused development news at Build this week, but that may be by design. Microsoft is rumored to be planning a dedicated Windows event later this summer (and possibly next month) where it will talk about what's next for Windows. Microsoft is expected to begin detailing the changes it is making in Windows with its Sun Valley UX refresh at that event. Officials have hinted that they want to put Windows in the limelight this year to prove that Windows is back and Microsoft is still investing in the platform. There still was a bit of Windows-related news at Build, however. Microsoft released a preview of Linux GUI apps on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in April, 2021. This capability is meant to allow developers to run their preferred Linux tools, utilities and apps directly on Windows 10. With GUI app support, users can now run GUI apps for testing, development and daily use without having to set up a virtual machine. Microsoft also announced that WSL now includes support for applications that can leverage usrs' GPUs on Windows. They say this will enable customers to run Linux AI and machine learning scenarios right inside WSL, meaning users can run the same ML tools they use in Linux on Windows. Microsoft also released today its Windows Terminal 1.9 preview, which includes a new feature called Quake Mode. Quake Mode lets users quickly open a new terminal window from anywhere in Windows with a keyboard shortcut. Microsoft is releasing the 0.8 version of its Project Reunion software development kit. Project Reunion is the way Microsoft is hoping to unify its Windows development platform, removing the Universal Windows Platform/Win32 divide it created when it launched Windows 8. Microsoft is planning to release the 1.0 version of Project Reunion this fall. In semi-related developer news, Microsoft is releasing .NET 6 Preview 4 today. The sixth version of .NET will bring support for developers building native apps for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android with a single codebase via .NET MAUI (Multi-purpose App UI), the rebranded Xamarin Forms technology. the latest test build now works with Visual Studio. And the Visual Studio 2019 16.10 release also is now generally available. As officials said previously, the first preview builds of Visual Studio 2022 will be available later this summer .

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  • When was BUILD founded?

    BUILD was founded in 1999.

  • Where is BUILD's headquarters?

    BUILD's headquarters is located at 2385 Bay Road, Redwood City.

  • What is BUILD's latest funding round?

    BUILD's latest funding round is Grant.

  • How much did BUILD raise?

    BUILD raised a total of $450K.

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