Tag WWDC

Attending WWDC 2012

Next week I’ll be attending the 2012 edition of WWDC in San Francisco! A whole week full of training sessions, labs, and meetings with cool friends from all over the world. And apparently with many surprises, as several sessions in the schedule (requires login) are marked as “to be announced”. Just like in 2008, 2009 [...]

WWDC 2010

Folks, it’s that time of the year once again: WWDC 2010 is around the corner! This will be my third time in San Francisco to attend the ultimate conference for Mac, iPhone (and now iPad!) developers, and to learn the latest and greatest from Apple. I won’t be giving any advice about it, since Jeff [...]

iPhone and Mac OS X Developer Conference Roundup

Here’s a quick review of the most important iPhone and Mac OS X developer conferences I’ve found on the web (in no particular order). Definitely, there’s no shortage of conferences when you need information about the latest Cocoa, Mac OS X and iPhone technologies; check this out! Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference or WWDC, held every [...]

Video Interview on TUAW

Interview by Brett Terpstra published by The Unofficial Apple Weblog.

Interview on the SonntagsZeitung

“Apple öffnet sich nur halb” Schweizer Entwickler berichtet von WWDC Das Motto der Worldwide Developer Conference von Apple lautet heuer «ein Jahr später, Lichtjahre voraus». Ist dem so? Nein. Die neueste Version des iPhones, das 3G S, korrigiert nur Versäumnisse des alten Gerätes: bessere Kamera, Kompassfunktion, schnellerer Prozessor.  Ein unglücklicher Slogan also. Der Fokus liegt [...]

Article on the Tages Anzeiger

Zum Umdenken hat Apple selber aktiv beigetragen, indem der Konzern das iPhone im Sommer 2008 für aussenstehende Entwickler öffnete und auf die extreme Geheimhaltung der früheren Jahre verzichtete. Seither kamen schon mehr als 50 000 Anwendungen zustande, und Hunderte von Entwicklern erzielen damit ein regelmässiges Einkommen. «Es sind diese selbstständigen Programmierer, die Apple das Sektiererische nehmen», [...]

iPhone SDK 3.0: A New Beginning

Last year I blogged about the upcoming SDK 2.0 for the iPhone 3G, and boy did it change my life. For those who haven’t followed closely everything that happened in this blog lately, there’s been this (that’s me in the WWDC keynote main room at the Moscone center) and then that (yours truly talking at [...]

Mention on Second Gear Software’s Blog

In a few weeks, the most hardcore of the Apple faithful, the developers, will be descending upon San Francisco for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple recently released the full schedule of sessions that will be taking place during the session. Using a mix of Today and Adrian Kosmaczewski’s WWDC iCal creator you can have [...]

Mention on TUAW

Okay I promise this is that last time I’m talking about the WWDC schedule (I can’t speak for my confreres). Earlier today Brett posted on a nice Ruby script to convert the data to a readable PDF. Yesterday when we first noted that the WWDC schedule was available I complained about the lack of iCal [...]