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Samsung announces dates for the Tizen Developer Summit 2015

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Last updated: June 16th, 2015 at 19:45 UTC+02:00

Samsung is working very hard to get more developer support for its nascent platform and while Tizen still has a long way to go, Samsung isn’t going to leave any stone unturned in getting developers to build for this platform. The company was expected to conduct two Tizen Developer Summit events this year and we know that one will take place in India. Samsung today confirmed the dates for the Tizen Developer Summit 2015, it takes place next month.

At the event developers will learn more about the Tizen platform as well as the tools that they require to build apps for it. Samsung will have plenty of technical content to share with hardware vendors, platform designers, software vendors and app developers at the summit. The Tizen Developer Summit 2015 is going to take place between July 30-31, 2015 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Bengaluru. Samsung is likely to host another similar summit in China later this year in the fall to really drive the point home that it’s focusing almost entirely on emerging markets to establish the Tizen platform.

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