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
- Gaming Area
Social after-hours events
You can register now at SamsungDevCon.com
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