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Where will you be this June? If you’re an Apple developer, you’ll want to be at San Francisco’s Moscone West for the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2009 slated for June 8-12. This is the premier event for Apple developers who create apps for Mac OS […]

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Where will you be this June? If you’re an Apple developer, you’ll want to be at San Francisco’s Moscone West for the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2009 slated for June 8-12.

This is the premier event for Apple developers who create apps for Mac OS X or iPhone, and also for IT pros who work with Apple platforms. Besides rubbing elbows with developers of every level of experience, attendees can hit up technical sessions on Mac development, participate in hands-on labs, check out presentations by special guest speakers, and get in on workshops to help you design and create iPhone Apps.

Of course, what’s an industry conference without an awards ceremony? Each year Apple hands out design awards in categories like Best Mac OS X Leopard User Experience, Best Leopard Game, and Best Student App. This year’s nominees haven’t been announced yet, but past winners have gone on to become familiar names in the Mac community.

Tickets to this extremely popular event usually sell out quickly, so if you plan to go, reserve your spot now. Tickets will set you back $1,595, but if you snag yours before April 24, Apple will knock off $300. ADC student members and Team Members in the iPhone Developer University Program can apply for one of 400 scholarships available through Apple.

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  1. Eric Alvarado Thursday, March 26, 2009

    Despite the economy, I have a feeling the deal Apple is made avlbl, will get the event sold out fairly quickly. I know I am saving up to get my tickets ASAP :)

  2. Angela Simon Friday, March 27, 2009

    Waiting on the world to change is a motto that our generation needs to listen too and respect. We are the future for this generation and the next. Without brilliant IT men and women we are headed for a doomsday effect, economically and emotionally. Sounds like a wonderful event that should be attended.

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