4 Things You Need to Know: Samsung Developers Conference 2013

on October 15, 2013
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We have already talked about the first annual Samsung Developers Conference in San Francisco. This conference will feature in-depth insights to the latest tools, SDKs, and emerging future platforms to help developers create the next hottest application/service.


Here is what you need to know about the upcoming Samsung Developers Conference.


1. Time and Place


Samsung’s first annual conference starts from October 28-29 at the Westin St. Francis Hotel, Union Square in San Francisco, California. There is only 2 weeks left!


Samsung Developers Conference


2. Be the First


Attendees will be the first to get the in-depth information about the latest Samsung developer tools and SDKs; including Samsung Mobile SDK, Samsung KNOX SDK, Smart TV SDK and so forth. Participants also have the chance to expand their personal network with industry visionaries, Samsung executives and technical leaders, and fellow developers!


3. Featured Speakers


Who doesn’t like insights and inspirations? There will be plenty of influential speakers such as, Mark Murphy (Android Expert), Christian Heilmann (Web Evangelist), Curtis Sasaki (SVP of Samsung Media Solutions), and David Eun (EVP and Head of Samsung OIC). There will also be over 40 sessions and hands-on for the aspiring next generation developers! So bring a note… or laptop, tablet, whichever floats your boat.


4. Register


You do have to register to be here. Here is the best way to register. Just Click me!


Samsung Developers Conference Registration


Once you see this registration page, type in your information, and select from developer, general attendee, student, or other. OK, now press ‘Continue’.


Samsung Developers Conference Registration


From there, it’s a simple matter of filling the blanks, and voila! We will see you at the SDC 2013, where you get to decide what is next!


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