Samsung schedules first developer conference for October 27

Samsung schedules first developer conference for October 27

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Samsung just dropped us a line to let everyone know that they’ve got a developer conference scheduled for October 27-29. As the first Samsung event of its kind, it takes place in San Francisco and will cover a host of platforms and services. As you might expect, the soiree is called Samsung Developer Conference.

Samsung will host its first ever, large scale, multi-day developer event in San Francisco, CA beginning October 27, 2013. This cross-platform, cross-product conference keeps the “digital living room” top of mind, and is designed for developers and attendees to collaborate and learn about new Samsung tools and SDKs.

Look for more details to trickle out in the coming weeks; sign up at SamsungDevCon.com for official information and updates.

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