Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011
Apple will be hosting their Worldwide Developers Conference this year. According to their site, “The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) showcases the latest innovations and the newest technologies in iOS and Mac OS X. Over 1,000 Apple engineers guide you through five exciting days of in-depth technical sessions and hands-on labs that demonstrate how to harness the incredible power of the world’s most advanced operating systems into your apps.” The technologies that will be showcased at the conference will show how their refined iOS and Mac OS X add new possibilities to current application development. Apple claims that by attending the conference, they will teach you how to create great apps.
WWDC 2011 will also have hands-on labs that will allow people to meet and work with Apple engineers–the same ones who created iOS and Mac OS X. Apple encourages users to take advantage of the “collaborative working environment to apply the inspiration and knowledge you gain from the sessions to bring your new ideas to life.” Finally, with thousands of developers coming from all parts of the world, the WWDC provides an opportune time for making connections. You will be given the golden opportunity to create relationships that go beyond your week at Apple’s conference and gain inspiration from what your peers are doing with Apple technology. Check out the video below the req’s, to see last years WWDC.
Here are Apple’s requirements for the event:
-You will be required to present your passport or other government-issued photo identification before being admitted to WWDC. Please make sure you bring your identification with you, as you will not be admitted without it.
-You must be 18 or older in order to attend WWDC.
-You must wear your WWDC badge at all times to receive admittance to WWDC. Replacement badges will not be issued.
-Photographs and/or video taken at WWDC by Apple, or others on behalf of Apple, may include your image or likeness. You agree that Apple may use such photographs and/or videotape for any purpose without compensation to you.
-With the exception of the WWDC Keynote Session, all information presented or provided to you by Apple during WWDC is considered Apple Confidential Information and is subject to the Registered Apple Developer Agreement (PDF).
-Apple reserves the right to refuse admittance to or remove any person from WWDC at any time in its sole discretion, including but not limited to attendees behaving in a disorderly manner or failing to comply with the terms and conditions herein.