On Wednesday, for the first time since 2011, Facebook will hold its F8 developer conference. CNET will be at the San Francisco venue to live blog the keynote presentation by CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other leaders at Facebook.
The social network was a very different company the last time it held the conference. The company had yet to go public, and much of the company's offerings were centered around its desktop website. The biggest announcement to come out of the last F8 was the introduction "timeline" -- the most major overhaul of Facebook's member profile for users.
But now Facebook is undoubtably a mobile company. In its first-quarter earnings report last week, Facebook announced that it has over a billion mobile users, and that it made 59 percent of its advertising revenue on mobile.
This year's conference will focus heavily on developers who build and run Web services -- especially as the company continues to build itself in the mobile realm.
CNET senior editor Jessica Dolcourt, photographer James Martin, and I will be bringing you details, photos, and commentary from the event. It kicks off at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.
As usual, we'll use ScribbleLive to bring you the play by play. We'll start the live blog about 15 minutes before Facebook officially kicks off its event.