Samsung's ramping up for its second Develper Conference in San Francisco this November, and has just released the tent pole topics that will be focused on November 11th to 13th. Smart health, wearables, virtual reality, mobile and smart home are the big focuses this year, and it's all about connecting developers with folks at Samsung and other companies who have focused on these areas to come up with even more great ideas.
"Connected Living. Connecting Developers" is the overall theme of the conference, and it's going to a much larger scale moving to the well-known Moscone West. It'll give Samsung plenty of room to show off its vision in the realms of smart home, mobile and more, as well as get developers excited about working on their own inventions on its platforms.
Samsung has also redesigned its Dev Con website to help possible developers find out what's going on, register and see what to expect.
Naturally the folks here from Android Central will be there to cover it all — stay tuned for more coverage as we near the beginning of the show, and relive all of our SDC 2013 coverage right here.
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