WWDC 2013 in San Francisco: June 10 -14th

Ben Lee

Ben Lee

CEO and Co-founder of Neon Roots

Ben Lee is the co-founder and CEO of Neon Roots, a digital development agency with a mission to destroy the development model and rebuild it from the ground up. After a brief correspondence with Fidel Castro at age nine, Ben decided to start doing things his own way, going from busboy to club manager at a world-class nightclub before he turned 18. Since then, Ben has founded or taken a leading role in 5 businesses in everything from software development to food and entertainment.

appleApple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off next week!  This year’s much anticipated and highly attended iOS and OS X gathering is boasting over 100 sessions with labs to get your hands dirty with Apple engineers.  You’ll want to spend some time plotting out your course and planning your wish list of sessions.  With tons of events, the best way to keep it all scheduled is with the just released WWDC app.

Apple will be hosting organized labs and giving attendees the chance to spend a little face time with Apple engineers.  Got a question, need to brainstorm, or just want to pick their brains for some inspiration, this is your opportunity.  One that caught our eye is:

WWDC After Dark
Join fellow developers to explore the exciting tools and technologies in the new seeds and SDKs. Grab some pizza and snacks, then explore, code, and share ideas with your colleagues and Apple engineers.
Tue: 7:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

The chatter about what surprises Apple will be unveiling at the conference has been heating up all week and Tech Crunch recently posted their ideas including wider API access for developers to customize iOS.  Wired also summed up their predictions here including iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 details.

And if you didn’t grab tickets before they sold out, don’t panic!  Apple will be posting their session videos here.  More details to come!

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