STF News Posted August 2, 2019 Report Share Posted August 2, 2019 Samsung Developer Conference is Where Now Meets Next. It’s two days of learning and inspiration where Samsung introduces new technology for the now and a greater vision for what’s next. Join fellow developers to imagine future possibilities and master the skills to realize them. At last year’s conference, Samsung broke barriers and redefined technology with announcements on One UI, Bixby Developer Studio, and more. Plus, devs learned about the latest SDKs directly from Samsung engineers during hands-on code labs. Technical sessions provided more updates on a range of topics, including Bixby and the New Exponential Frontier of Intelligent Assistants, which was one of the most attended sessions in 2018. Key leaders from the Samsung team broke down what Bixby was, why it was different, how to capitalize on it, tips for integration, and more. SDC19 Will Be One for the Books SDC19 will once again operate at the intersection of now and next with two days of exciting code labs, demos, technical sessions, and keynotes with the industry’s leading experts. Discover the latest in tech with groundbreaking sessions on Bixby, AI, blockchain, wearables, and more. Every element of this year’s conference is about the developer experience, including the brand identity. For SDC19, emoticons were created out of programming code — a playful representation of the developers, creators, technologists, and Samsung pros that make up the conference’s diverse audience. Emoticons symbolize what tiny bits of code can create when thoughtfully assembled. Get Early Bird Pricing Grab your spot today for Samsung Developer Conference and save $150! Don’t miss your chance to experience cutting-edge technology, network with tech leaders, and learn Samsung’s latest dev tools first-hand. See you there on October 29–30 at the San Jose Convention Center. Already registered? We can’t wait to see you! In the meantime, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram for the latest updates on sessions, speakers, and more. View the full blog at its source Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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