Samsung Developers Conference

General registration runs $499

Registration for this year's Samsung Developer Conference — Nov. 11-13 at Moscone West in San Francisco — is now open. Samsung has begun sending emails to that effect this evening. General registration costs $499 — a fact you inexplicably don't see until after you've filled in the first of the five-step registration process (nor was it in the initial email we received) — and we saw no student or early bird discounts listed.

That said, this year's conference looks to one-up last year's sold-out inaugural event with a larger venue — Moscone West plays host to the likes of Google I/O and Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference — and even more for developers.

The bullet points include:

  • Visionary keynotes and announcements
  • Product and technology demos
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Networking opportunities
  • 80+ Technical sessions
  • Hacker's Lounge
  • Meetups
  • Gaming Area
  • Social after-hours events

  • You can register now at


Reader comments

Registration opens for Samsung Developer Conference 2014


I don't think that's what he means. But for the price you should really get something interesting.

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Yea that was more of a two part question. Let me rephrase. Is it worth $500 to go to the conference? Also, what did you get last year, I do not remember?

$500 is a good chunk of change, considering you guys will write on just about everything they do there.

Samsung you try hard but fail in front of Google, Apple and MS in software.

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At least they're improving with Android, but if they ditch it and go all out for Tizen, they're dead in the water. Richard Yarrell will be their only (potential) customer.

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If anyone goes, maybe you can help fix the issue that none of their tablets work properly with Chromecast.