Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Apple announces WWDC for June 11-15

Well, if you haven't heard by now it may well be too late: Apple has announced its WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) for June 11-15 in San Francisco.
The WWDC, despite the $1,599 ticket price, is expected to sell out fast.** You can check out the conference here, though developers should have received an email alert directly from Apple today.

WWDC features over 100 sessions on iOS and Mac OS X development, covering such topics as sessions on Mountain Lion, AppKit, Core Location, etc.

Students can apply for a WWDC Student Scholarship which will get them into the conference free. Applicants must be currently members of the iOS developer program, or iOS university program, or part of the Mac developer program. The students must be 13 years or older, a full or part-time student, and must provide proof of enrollment at their school.

**Update: You dawdled, didn't you? Sorry, but WWDC is already sold out, just a couple of hours after the event was announced. Can't say I didn't warn you!