Apple has, at long last, posted the the schedule for the company’s World Wide Developer Conference for 2011, you know, the major event that starts in four days? The schedule can now be found on the WWDC site at Apple’s Developer Connection.
This year’s schedule is hidden behind a login screen, but the publicly viewable landing page lists five technology tracks:
- Application Frameworks
- Graphics, Media, and Games
- Developer Tools
- Internet and Web
- Core OS
According to sources who have seen the full schedule, developers can expect the usual. The Apple Design Awards and the traditional Stump the Experts events will be held on Tuesday evening, while the WWDC Bash will be held on Thursday evening, at the Yerba Buena Gardens.
Many time slots are currently listed as “To Be Announced,” which has been used in the past for sessions relating to something that hasn’t yet been announced. Apple has already said that the WWDC keynote will focus on Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion,” iOS 5, and iCloud, and it’s quite likely the TBA slots will be sessions relating to those three areas.
There is also a mention of a WWDC app, but as of this writing, it is not yet available on the App Store.