Samsung announced today that its official Developers Conference is returning again this year and will kick off November 11 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Last year, Samsung held its first developer conference in San Francisco in October and showed off a number of new features for developers across its product lineups. That includes its Mobile SDK for Android, Smart TV SDK 5.0 Multiscreen Gaming SDK, Multiscreen SDK, and its KNOX Enterprise SDK beta that’s arriving this year natively in Android. This year Samsung makes a venue change to the Moscone West Center used by both Apple and Google for their developer conferences that took place earlier this year.
Samsung is giving some hints about what it might be talking about at this year’s conference, noting that it recently introduced improvements for its SDKs as well as new development tools like the Tizen SDK for Wearables and Samsung Accessory SDK:
Since then, Samsung announced its plans to release the improved Samsung Mobile SDK with Samsung Galaxy S5 and introduced the first S Health SDK powered by Samsung health platform in MWC2014. Samsung also introduced both of 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.
The Samsung Developers Conference will take place from Nov. 11-13 later this year with registration for the event coming at a later date. Until then, you can catch up with last year’s event with the full keynote video here and sign up to be notified about registration here.