Still looking for a ticket to Facebook’s F8 developer conference at the Concourse Exhibition Center at San Francisco Design Center Thursday, September 22? Then make sure you’re online Friday at 9 a.m. Pacific Standard Time.
Facebook Product Manager Carl Sjogreen announced on the Facebook Developers blog that more tickets will be released at that time, adding that the batch of tickets made available by the social network last week sold out in hours.
Much like previous editions o F8, there has been speculation that Facebook will use the event to announce new products, with a music dashboard at the top of the list, joined by an HTML5 mobile gaming platform, an official Facebook iPad app, and improvements to its mobile photo offering.
For context, at the last F8, held in April 2010, Facebook announced its Open Graph application programming interface, new widgets and toolbars, the rollout of Facebook Credits to all developers, and an analytics offering to compete against Google Analytics.
Also much like in years past, the official F8 page offers no specifics about the confab, despite the fact that it takes place three weeks from today.
Users: What would you like to see announced at this year’s F8?