SAN JOSE, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced new speakers for its inaugural, global Samsung Developers Conference, SDC13, to be held on October 27-29 at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco. The event will spotlight the latest Samsung developer tools and SDK’s, provide best practices, and explore the developer opportunities across Samsung’s wide range of devices.
The SDC13 lineup of keynote presenters, session speakers, and attendees include:
- Christian Heilman, Open Web, HTML 5 and Mozilla evangelist
- Mark Murphy, Founder of CommonsWare and Android community leader
- Curtis Sasaki, Senior Vice President and Head of Samsung Media Solutions America, Samsung Electronics
- David Eun, Executive Vice President and Head of Open Innovation Center, Samsung Electronics
- Samsung developers: Box, Gracenote, PayPal, Trulia, Twitter, and many more
Additional conference sessions will address a wide variety of topics for developers, including best practices in multi-screen gaming, trends in wearable technologies, and getting started building apps for smart TVs. More sessions and speakers will be announced soon.
Samsung will also hold a two-day hackathon on October 26 and 27, in partnership with WIP. Interested developers can sign-up here: http://samsungdevus.com/events/samsung-developer-conference-hackathon.
To register for SDC13, learn more and view the conference agenda, please visit: http://samsungdevcon.com. Tickets are limited. For the latest updates, follow @SamsungDevUS and connect on Facebook and Google+ using hashtag #SDC13.
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