A date and location have been announced for Samsung's next developers conference. The annual event will kick off on November 11 at Moscone West (the same venue Apple and Google used for their dev conferences earlier this year) in San Francisco, California, and will run through the 13th according to a post on the company's official global blog.

Last year's inaugural conference saw the introduction of a number of Samsung SDKs including the Mobile SDK, a Smart TV SDK, a Multiscreen SDK and the KNOX Enterprise SDK beta.

While Sammy didn't give any solid information on what we can expect that this year's conference, the company did drop a hint or two about updates to its Mobile SDK and well as its S Health SDK, Tizen SDK for Wearable and the Samsung Accessory SDK.

Those expecting to see some new hardware at the conference will likely be disappointed. As we've seen from others, these events are typically focused on the software side of things only. That's alright, however, as Samsung's next major hardware release, the Galaxy Note 4, is expected to arrive on September 3 at an Unpacked event just ahead of the annual IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany.

Interested parties are invited to submit their e-mail address to be notified when more information becomes available. No word yet on when registration will open or how many seats will be available.