November Newsletter for Samsung Developers
By STF News
We’re sure you’ve heard about the exciting sessions and speakers at Samsung Developer Conference. From Samsung leaders announcing the latest dev tools to fireside chats about the future of tech to sessions on emerging topics, SDC19 is full of valuable insights and intriguing information.
But the fun doesn’t stop there! It’s also a haven for innovation and inspiration — thanks to these cool activations and exhibits.
A Developer’s Playground – Tech Square and Dev Park
Visit Samsung product zones at Tech Square – from Bixby to Smart TV to Galaxy. Discover the latest SDKs, work 1:1 with Samsung experts, and chat with Samsung partners about their latest work.
AI/IoT Zone – Check out areas dedicated to SmartThings, Tizen, and Bixby. Relax in comfy massage chairs powered by Tizen, explore the SmartThings partner showcase, and stop by the Bixby Hackathon and Magic Show.
Code Lab – Get hands-on experience with the latest SDKs and developer tools with the help of Samsung engineers. Plus, complete fun coding challenges for the chance to win exclusive tech prizes.
Play, network, and get inspired with fun activations at Dev Park, like the Designer Zone featuring the winners of Samsung’s mobile design competition, and trending topics at the Theater. Last but not least, swing by to say hi to the Samsung Developer Program and Think Tank teams!
Hacker’s Playground – Learn skills like Attack, Defense, and Reversing from expert hackers. We’ll have toy examples with step-by-step guides, and if you complete the tutorial, you might be in for a surprise. Up for a challenge? Show off your hacking skills for a chance to win hot Samsung prizes. It’s open to everyone from newbies to experts, so bring your own laptop and compete for some serious bragging rights.
XR: Delusion Experience – Get in the Halloween spirit with our haunted XR experience – Delusion: Lies Within. Experience the latest in Samsung AR and XR as you “interact” with hidden Delusion characters. Workshop with the tech after testing out the TetaVi volumetric rig. Just scan yourself, drop your avatar into Delusion content, and have some spooky fun.
Think Tank: ONA Interactive Wall – Check out this multi-touch, multi-user interface with 3D-gesture sensing. ONA tracks your location and movement when you’re using it to play games, making it a literal game changer.
Feeling Inspired Yet?
These are just a few of the highlights. Don’t miss the rest – register for SDC19 today! Use the code PRIORITY until October 22 to secure exclusive seating near the stage during the Keynote. Only valid for the first 100 people to redeem the code!
Check out the full lineup of tech sessions, follow us on social, and keep an eye on #SDC19 for the latest news and updates. We can’t wait to see you in San Jose!
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