In accordance with recent pieces of information, the South Korean conglomerate has announced the dates of its upcoming Developer’s Conference. Reportedly, the next Developer conference will be organized on October 5, 2023, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, USA. It will be the company’s ninth developer conference.
In 2022, Samsung sent invitations to selected members, and only they were able to attend the event. However, this year things are different since anyone can participate in the event with a prior registration. Samsung will emphasize the features of Bixby, Knox, SmartThings, and Tizen during this conference. Additionally, the South Korean company will demonstrate how its products are used by various organizations to provide seamless experiences. The company’s YouTube channel and Developer’s website will livestream the event.
The event keynote will be opened by JH Han, Vice Chairman, CEO, and Head of Samsung’s Device eXperience (DX) Division. He will lay out the company’s goal for a more personalized and secure consumer experience. Samsung intends to improve its portfolio of products and services. Besides JH Han, several other executives will share the aspects and forthcoming features of the company’s software and services.
Attendees may learn more about Samsung’s software ecosystem, which includes Bixby, Matter, One UI 6, Samsung Health, SmartThings, Tizen, and more, during breakout sessions. Additionally, developers can learn actual coding skills through “Code Lab” and receive guidance from Samsung developers on a variety of subjects.
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