After announcing earlier this summer that its developers conference would return for a second year in November, Samsung announced today that registration for the event is now open.

Samsung also shared some details on what developers can expect to see at the event with this year’s conference set to focus on wearables, the Internet of Things, and health. The company also confirmed that new products for developers will be announced at the event including new SDKs and developer tools.

This year’s theme, ‘Connected Living. Connecting Developers,’ will highlight the potential opportunities for integrated contents and services across Samsung devices such as Galaxy Smartphones, Gear, Smart TV and Samsung Home Appliances – expand on securing mobile applications in the enterprise and will also include new areas such as wearables, Internet of Things (IoT) and Health.

Samsung said that the 3-day conference this year will include “nine categories and more than 85 technical and marketing secessions as well as keynotes, hands-on workshops, demonstrations and networking opportunities” with industry experts. Those interested in registering can do so here

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