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Facebook has opened registration for its F8 developer conference, which it will hold in San Francisco on March 25 and 26.

Those who want to attend — and whose application to do so is accepted — will get a chance to play with all of Facebook’s developer products, including Parse, Login, App Ads, App Links, Audience Network, Live Rail, Video, and more.

There will also be more than 40 sessions covering just about everything developers might be interested in.

Oculus fans won’t be left in the lurch, as the virtual reality company will be offering demos of its Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype, as well as the Gear VR Innovator Edition.

And Facebook will let people try out the Innovation Lab, where they can test apps on the kinds of networks that many developing nations have.

If you’re a developer wanting to attend, click here. Facebook is charging a $495 fee for those whose registration is accepted.

F8 has been a rich source of news about Facebook’s efforts in the past. At the 2014 edition, for example, the company announced that Facebook logins were going anonymous; that its Parse mobile app development tool would work offline; and unveiled AppLinks, which lets multiple developers of mobile apps link their projects together.

At last year’s event, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg also said that the social media giant was “all-in” on mobile.

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