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2014 Samsung Developer Conference To Be Held In November!

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Attention developers, here?s something you?ll surely love.

Samsung has recently announced that the upcoming 2014 Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) will be held at the Moscone West Center in San Fracisco on November 11 to 13, 2014.

It could be remembered the Samsung launched their first developer?s conference last October 2013 and just as expected, Samsung had introduced a number of new things. This time around, many believe that Samsung would surprise its fans of many different and exciting things.

If you?d remember, it was last October, when Samsung had its first annual SDC in San Francisco where a number of Samsung SDKs including Mobile SDK, Smart TV SDK 5.0 Multiscreen Gaming SDK, Multiscreen SDK, KNOX Enterprise SDK beta were introduced and discussed.

“We are clearing a path for creative developers who want to participate in this multiscreen future, and the SDKs we are releasing today give them a way to start creating for multiscreen, and take advantage of our leadership across so many screens,” said Dr. Won-Pyo Hong, President and head of the Samsung Electronics Media Solution Center in last year’s SDC.

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Since the first SDC, Samsung publicized its plans to release the improved Samsung Mobile SDK with Samsung Galaxy S5. Aside from this, Samsung also introduced the first S Health SDK powered by the Samsung health platform in MWC2014, the Tizen SDK for Wearable and Samsung Accessory SDK powered by Samsung Gear series.

“There is absolutely no doubt Samsung has not been shy about getting closer to the developer community.?Now, here comes the next phase. The date for this year?s Samsung Developers Conference has been announced at its official website, http://samsungdevcon.com/,? Samsung said in the official blog post for the 2014 SDC.

So, what are you waiting for, save the date now for the upcoming 2014 Samsung Developer Conference.

For more information about the event on November, stay tuned with us!

(Photos courtesy of http://global.samsungtomorrow.com/?p=39004)

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