Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is inviting developers to participate in its F8 2014 developer conference that will be held at The Concourse in San Francisco, California on April 30. According to the social network giant, the registration for the event is now open today.
The social network giant previously adopted a first-come, first-serve process for its developer conferences, but it is not doing the same registration process for the F8 2014 developer conference. Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) explained that the registration process for the event was designed to ensure that it has a diverse mix of participants who would represent the social network giant and Parse global developer ecosystem.
Facebook developer conference: Tickets cost $495
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is selling 1,500 tickets for the 2014 F8 developer conference. The tickets cost $495 each. According to the social network giant, engineers from Facebook, Instagram, and Parse will be present during the event to share what they’ve learned, and the future direction of the companies.
“We’ll dig into details to help you build faster, to reach more customers and to earn more with your apps. We’ll celebrate what you’ve created, and what we can do together in the future,” according to Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB).
Four learning tracks
According to Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), developers who will participate in the event have the option to choose from its four learning tracks including Build, Grow, Monetize, and Hacker Away.
The Build track designed for developers interested in creating cross-platform apps faster. They will be able to learn how to use the tools from Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) and Parse to speed up the development of their mobile apps and games.
The Grow track helps developers increase the number of people using their apps. Developers will learn how to use mobile ads, push notifications, and social sharing to attract the right people and keep them engaged in the apps.
The Monetize track will teach developers to generate more return from their apps by making purchasing easier to new strategies of using ads. They will also learn how to earn more on mobile and web.
Developers will learn about open-sourced tools from the engineers of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Parse and Instagram. According to the social network giant, the engineers will tell developers what open-sourced tools worked and did not work for them.