Ticket’s for Apple’s annual Developer Conference, WWDC, went on sale Wednesday morning US time, and were sold out within two hours.
What’s so special about these WWDC events?
The WWDC provides visitors an opportunity to not only get a sneak preview into the latest iOS and OS X broom-cupboards, but it also gives visitors a chance and interact with the real Apple engineers.
This year’s event is focusing on application development, which is a growing item on many organisation’s strategy and budgets. However, given the huge interest in this year’s WWDC, I think it’s unlikely that many companies actually managed to get tickets, and they have to do like everybody else who didn’t get tickets – wait for the updates to come out on Twitter and YouTube.
Did you get tickets?