Apple today announced WWDC 2006 will be held August 7-11 in San Francisco, CA. Last year, June 6-10, WWDC 2005 attendees watched Apple unveil its plan to transition to Intel microprocessors and then headed to the lab to run their code on Intel-based prototype systems. This immediate, hands-on access to the newest Apple technologies happens for developers at WWDC and nowhere else. WWDC 2004 ran June 28 – July 2 in San Francisco.
Apple is offering the “WWDC E-ticket & Select Membership Bundle” were developers can save $400 when they buy an ADC Select Membership and register early for WWDC 2006.
More info here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Rainy Day” for the heads up.]
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