The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), happening this week in San Francisco, showcases the latest innovations and the newest technologies in iOS and Mac OS X. Over 1,000 Apple engineers will be guiding participants through five days of in-depth technical sessions and hands-on labs that demonstrate how to harness the power of the world’s most advanced operating systems.
At WWDC, participants will:
- Redefine what they think is possible: The new technologies in iOS and Mac OS X redefine the possibilities for app development. The sessions at WWDC cover the latest technologies and development best practices.
- Bring ideas to life: The hands-on labs at WWDC provide an unparalleled opportunity for meeting and working with the Apple engineers. The labs span five technology tracks, including Application Frameworks, Graphics/Media/Games, Developer Tools, Internet & Web, and Core OS.
- Make new connections: Thousands of developers from around the world attend WWDC, creating a unique setting for making new connections.
Speakers will include:
- CEO Steve Jobs and multiple teams of Apple executives and engineers
- Buzz Aldrin, who first set foot on the Moon in 1969; Dr. Aldrin will share his experiences in space, the role technology played in the first moon landing and the inspiration which drove him to introduce the Buzz Aldrin Portal to Science and Space Exploration app.
Even though we won’t be there, we’re keeping up with the latest news from the conference (http://developer.apple.com/wwdc/news), on the web (Jobs reveals iCloud), and following the tweets (@wwdc)… You should be too! Check out our Facebook and Twitter pages as we retweet and post the biggest announcements!