Samsung Developers Conference Running Out Of Tickets
The Samsung Developers Conference (SDC) sent an email out Friday to tell interested registrants that there has been “intense interest” in the conference, and that they are running out of tickets for the event. Cult of Android will be there in the flesh, so stay tuned for more details during the event.
The conference is set to have Mozilla evangelist Christian Heilman, head of Samsung Media Solutions America, Curtis Sasaki, and the head of the Open Innovation Center, David Eun, among other celebrated speakers.
The email also mentions a healthy dose of swag for attendees, so if you’re an Android or other Samsung developer looking for a good conference, and you like getting free stuff, this may be the one for you.
Among the many conference sessions are ones on multi-screen gaming best practices, wearable technology trends, and building apps for smart TVs, for a start. Other topics include developing for the Samsung S Pen, sharing real time data between devices, and system security. There will also be a two-day hackathon on the 26th and 27th of October, which you can sign up for at the SDC website.
The conference itself is set to run from October 27 through the 29th, 2013 at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco. Registration is open now, and can be completed, along with a $299 registration fee, at the Samsung Developers Conference website.