Apple: WWDC 2008 sold out

Apple has announced that the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2008, June 9-13, 2008, in San Francisco, is sold out.

You can still get all the great content from WWDC 2008. Session videos will be available to purchase on iTunes shortly after the conference. More details will be available soon. –

More info here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Mike in Helsinki” for the heads up.]

To the best of our knowledge, WWDC, running since 1983, has never sold out before.

Tickets remain copious for RIM’s “BlackBerry Developer Conference.” wink


  1. The future of Mac OS X as a desktop, laptop, and “mobile” platform couldn’t be brighter.

    OK – I’ll say it first:

    “Developers, Developers, Developers, Developers!”

    Wait a sec… darn! Someone beat me to it:

  2. Now that the WWDC is sold out, I guess we could go across the street to the Sony Metreon and check out the world’s only Microsoft Store. Oh, wait, its closed now… (1999-2001) Lets just go ride the old carousel next door at the Zeum instead. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”hmmm” style=”border:0;” />

  3. @ The DataDude

    “Developers, Developers, Developers, Developers!” is precisely wrong.

    “People, People, People” is the yardstick, and not in quantity but in quality.

    Forgive me if you were being facetious.

    BTW understand the difference between power and control

  4. OMG – no wonder they are having trouble. With antics like that in public, Ballmer is acting like a clown. That is no way for the CEO to act. Let the marketing guy act like that. Scary.

    Great video – thanks for sharing!

    MDN Magic Word – fear

    I have no hopes. I have no fears. I am free!

  5. Ok, my price has gone up. I just priced out a MacPro… I think I may need $20,000 for my WWDC ticket ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

    MDN Magic Word – food

    As in: If I spend all my money on the ultimate Mac Pro machine, I may not have money left for food to eat.

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