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  • WWDC Scheduled for June 8th, Ends on June 12th!

    After keeping the WWDC dates a mystery for quite sometime, Apple has finally announced that this year's Worldwide Developers Conference will be held on 8th June and will run through 12th June at Moscone West, San Francisco. They have a dedicated page that offers all the required information to the people attending it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Apple
    When is WWDC?

    WWDC takes place June 8-12, 2009
    Where is WWDC?

    WWDC will be held at Moscone Center West in San Francisco, California. For more information about the convention center, please visit the Moscone Center website.
    As usual, there will be sessions for iPhone and Mac. Sessions for Snow Leopard will also be included. This might help the developer's get some apps out earlier when the new OSX launches.

    Quote Originally Posted by Apple
    The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the premier technical event for developers and IT professionals innovating with Apple platforms. Over 1,000 Apple engineers will be at Moscone West to present the latest Apple technologies and provide you with code-level guidance. You’ll learn how to harness the power of iPhone OS, Mac OS X Snow Leopard, and Mac OS X Server Snow Leopard in the most efficient and sophisticated way possible — saving you time and accelerating your development. Bring your MacBook and your imagination, and prepare to make your ideas happen.
    Complete event scheduled is yet to be announced. The tickets are available from Apple Online Store. Price will be $1295 for early adopters till 24th April, which will increase to $1595 after that.


    P.S This is open only to those 18 years or above
    This article was originally published in forum thread: WWDC Scheduled for June 8th, Ends on June 12th! started by sayam View original post
    Comments 26 Comments
    1. ethereal's Avatar
      ethereal -
      Wow. Didnt know the prices were that high but I guess it cant be helped with the high demand and the limited space.
    1. kelticfury's Avatar
      kelticfury -
      Damn, If I hadn't just bought this macbook I could afford to go to the conference.
    1. imnothardcore's Avatar
      imnothardcore -
      Quote Originally Posted by Ivel View Post
      I love how everyones talking about the price haha.

      Yea I mean you gotta be a true fag to go to something like this, like seriously wtf? spend over 1 grand on listening to some geeks talk... and I love how they say "bring your macbook" because of COURSE everyone has a mac... oh and also if I would somehow have a ticket to this ****, I would bring an Acer running Vista just to piss off the nerds... hahaha they would like cry

      wow what a badass.

      watch out for this guy, hes pretty hardcore. He will totally steal your lunch money and spend it on a 20oz mountian dew.

      All expos/conferences are really expensive. Its to keep only serious people going. When I worked at a surf shop the surf expos were pretty expensive and you also had to provide proof that you were with a store or something so you had reason to be there.
    1. rdwalsh's Avatar
      rdwalsh -
      For those of you saying you will download it later, obviously think the keynotes are the only part of the event. There are little training sessions, lunch-ins, meet and greets. These expos are worth every penny, I went last year and had a blast, so much to see and learn.

      And in all honesty, as mentioned before all these sort of events, apple or not, are this pricey.
    1. dale1v's Avatar
      dale1v -
      Quote Originally Posted by imnothardcore View Post
      Watch out for this guy, hes pretty hardcore. He will totally steal your lunch money and spend it on a 20oz mountian dew.
    1. trumpjr's Avatar
      trumpjr -
      Quote Originally Posted by BenzoHartt View Post
      I never knew they were that much either.lol What exactly do they teach at these things? This isnt necessarily for beginners is it??? lol
      I have been doing apple code since last year and i would say i am pretty good at it but not an expert. i would also like to know from the people who went last year if it is worth to go for us beginners?