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Facebook plans to reveal new ways for developers to grow and monetize their apps. Today it announced it will hold its F8 developer conference on April 30th in San Francisco. It will have been almost three years since Facebook’s last F8 when it unveiled Timeline and the Open Graph platform in 2011.
The audience at SF’s Design Concourse will include “More than 1,500 mobile and web developers from all over the world” according to a Facebook blog post. Those wishing to attend are told to sign up to be notified when tickets will become available.
Facebook outlined the agenda for the day, explaining that “This year, we’re going back to our roots and having a pure developer conference. F8 will open with a morning keynote, followed by four tracks that will cover getting started guides, technical best practices, infrastructure strategies, engineering deep dives, and advertising tips for making your app…
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