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Apple Releases WWDC App - Watch Sessions from Home

4:10 PM, May. 21st, 2014 · · WWDC


Apple released a new app on the App Store called WWDC designed to give the umpteem gillion developers who can't get to the conference access to sessions and other content. Registered developers will be able to stream content from this year's    conference as well as previous conferences through the app.

Apple to Host WWDC 2014 Keynote on June 2

4:00 PM, May. 21st, 2014 · · WWDC

It's been assumed Apple would host a keynote presentation to kick of its annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco on June 2, and now it's official. The event schedule is out and it shows a keynote presentation starting at 10 AM pacific time and running through noon.

TMO Forum Poll: Are You Going to WWDC 2014?

11:19 AM, Apr. 8th, 2014 · · WWDC

Apple sent out notifications letting developers know on Monday if they can buy tickets for the 2014 Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday after wrapping up the lottery entry. Did you win, and are you going? Head on over to the TMO forums and let us know in today's poll.

Apple’s WWDC 2014 Registration Lottery Ends at 10AM PDT

9:22 AM, Apr. 7th, 2014 · · WWDC

Instead of a mad rush for Worldwide Developer Conference tickets this year, Apple is conducting a lottery. Apple plans to notify lottery winners today so they can buy their tickets, but to have a chance you need to register by 10 AM pacific time (1 PM eastern time) today.

Apple’s Annual WWDC Set for June 2-6

8:45 AM, Apr. 3rd, 2014 · · WWDC

Apple announced the dates for its 2014 Worldwide Developer Conference dates will be June 2 through June 6, and the event will be held at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco. The annual event brings together Mac and iOS developers with Apple's own engineers to learn about the company's roadmap and improve their own products.

Apple Seeds iOS 7 Beta 2 for iPhone & iPad to Developers

8:31 PM, Jun. 24th, 2013 · · WWDC

iOS 7

Apple released the second beta of iOS 7 to developers on Monday, just two weeks after the company announced the first beta at the annual World Wide Developer Conference on June 10th. In addition to support for iPhone, iOS 7 Seed 2 also supports iPad for the first time.

THE LIST: Every Developer TMO Has Interviewed at WWDC

5:15 PM, Jun. 24th, 2013 · · WWDC

TMIO's WWDC Interviews

Since 2009, The Mac Observer has been interviewing Apple developers at WWDC to take the pulse of the developer community and allow them to tell their stories to the readers.  All of these interviews have been extraordinary, and we thought it was time to provide links to every interview for reference.

From Teaching Religion to Writing Mail Act-On & MailTags - Scott Morrison at WWDC

6:11 PM, Jun. 20th, 2013 · & · WWDC

WWDC Interview with Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison was teaching high school computer science when he decided he needed a hobby. So he decided to learn Objective-C as a hobby. One thing led to another, and soon he was creating mail plug-ins for OS X 10.3 Jaguar's Mail app.Mr. Morrison quit his job with some trepidation, worried about the isolated life of a developer, and started his software business. He told his story to TMO's Dave Hamilton at WWDC.

Dave Teare at WWDC: How One Month for 1Password Became 8 Years

2:04 PM, Jun. 19th, 2013 · Dave Hamilton, Julie Kuehl, John Martellaro · WWDC

Eight years ago, Dave Teare and his business partner were developing websites with Ruby on Rails. They were working with forms and had to constantly enter user names and passwords. That was tiresome, so they eventually developed a tool that allowed them to enter that data with a click.  It was to be a one month project.  Eight years later, 1Password is going strong on OS X and iOS. And Windows. And Android.

Alf Watt at WWDC: The Journey from iStumbler to Apple and Beyond

4:35 PM, Jun. 18th, 2013 · & · WWDC

WWDC interview with Alf Watt

Alf Watt attended MacWorld New York in 1999 and saw Steve Jobs launch AirPort in the first iBook and base stations. A geek at heart, he immediately wanted to understand this new technology, and iStumbler for Mac OS 9 was the result.  Later, he headed a team at Apple working  on Wi-Fi technologies. Basically, Mr. Watt has spent ten years making an invisible technology, indistinguishable from magic, very visible. The story of how that turned out includes fascinating technical tidbits about how Wi-Fi works.