Not long to go now for what is billed as the biggest developer Conference in Samsung's history, and it is coming to San Francisco this month. This is going to be the place to learn about the latest Samsung technologies, services, and of course Tizen, and also how you can benefit as an app developer.
More than ever app devs have a choice as to where their apps can run, be it on the Smartphone, Smart TV, Smart Home, Wearables, Tablet, Internet of Things (IoT), Smart watches and Virtual Reality (VR). To do this you need to understand how all the pieces of the puzzle fit together, and with the correct knowledge and training that is exactly what you get at the Conference.
Take advantage of opportunities like the Samsung Tizen TV, which will take a central position in the Smart Home and allow you to connect and control peripheral and also Smart devices, all by using one remote control. You can learn how to build your apps for the Samsung devices using tech like Unity, SmartThings, Here and the Gear S2.
Samsung Developer Conference(SDC 2016) is designed for developers, for creators, for builders. Together with our tech partners we'll share the latest technologies and future innovations in IoT, Smart Home, VR and more.
There are going to be 60+ sessions covering business opportunities, enterprise, games & entertainment, health & medical, IoT, mobile, smart tv, tizen, VR, and wearables. Below are some of the ones that you may find Interesting:
This is an event not to be missed and Tizen Experts can provide our readers an exclusive promotion code that will enable you to get a whopping 50% off the entrance price which is normally $499.
What: SDC 2016
Where: Moscone West, San Francisco
When: April 27-28
Code: [email protected]
For registration and further Information head on over to the Samsung Developer 2016 site
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