Facebook Announces More Details on f8, Registration Open

Facebook has just announced a few more details on its 3rd f8 conference coming up next month in San Francisco, and officially opened registration. It’s been a while since Facebook last held an f8, so it’s sure to be a big week. Already, developers are wondering what announcements Facebook will make regarding Credits, location, and the Open Graph API.

Here are the details:

  • Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2010
  • Location: The Concourse at San Francisco Design Center
  • Address: 635 8th Street, San Francisco, CA (Map)

Mark Zuckerberg will be giving the keynote at 10am, followed by breakout sessions in the afternoon on “New Tools,” best practices for building “fast scalable, and engaging products,” and Facebook’s open source products. On Thursday, there will be an “intimate post-f8 Hackathon” that developers can express interest in attending here.

This year, tickets cost $325 for professionals, and $50 for students. Here’s the registration page at Eventbrite, and the Facebook Page for f8. We’ll keep you up to date as more information becomes available.

Inside Social Apps 2010 – April 20th in San Francisco

For developers interested in digging deep into monetization inside social apps and games on the Facebook Platform and beyond, we’re holding our inaugural Inside Social Apps 2010 conference the day before f8 in San Francisco. At Inside Social Apps, executives from all the largest developers on the Facebook Platform, including Zynga, Playfish (Electronic Arts), Playdom, CrowdStar, 6 waves, Slide, RockYou, Five Minutes, and Lolapps will be discussing the future of virtual goods monetization in social apps and games from a global perspective.

For a full agenda of our day’s events, click here. Space is very limited, so we encourage you to register soon.

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!