Next week, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference takes place in San Francisco. This is an important event not only for developers, but also the press and public-at-large, as Apple often uses WWDC’s keynote address to announce new products and technologies. In anticipation of WWDC we offer two interviews.
The first, moderated by Macworld’s Philip Michaels, is a preview of WWDC with Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and yours truly. I’m then joined by former Macworld senior editor, Rob Griffiths, who now works in the developer community with Many Tricks Software. Rob and I discuss WWDC from a Mac developer’s perspective.
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WWDC will be big news next week and Macworld.com will be choked with stories about it. While you’re welcome to browse our usual collection of headlines, take a gander at our WWDC topic page for stories specific to Apple’s developers conference.
A few weeks ago Rob spelled out why he and Many Tricks Software would be giving this year’s WWDC a pass. Read his Why WWDC 2010 Doesn’t Add Up For Me for the details.
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