Didn’t get a ticket to WWDC this year? Don’t worry, you’re certainly not the only one. But if you were looking forward to a week out of the office, then there is another event you can attend instead.
It’s called AltWWDC, and it’s a free, open alternative to Apple’s prestigious conference that encourages Mac and iOS developers to meet up and mingle and discuss the latest software from Cupertino. You won’t get your hands on OS X 10.9 or iOS 7, but you will get free lunch for a week.
AltWWDC takes place during WWDC — June 10 to June 14 — and it’s held in San Francisco State University’s Downtown Campus at 845 Market Street. That’s just a block from Moscone West where the actual WWDC will take place.
Attendees will be able to watch a live feed of Apple’s announcement, and mix with other developers to discuss what’s new. They’ll also be able to enjoy presentations from a number of speakers, and free lunch all week.
Join us for AltWWDC – a free and open alternative to Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference – June 10th-14th, 2013. Five days of talks, food, co-working, and mingling with other developers all without the bar noise. Got a WWDC ticket? Didn’t get a WWDC ticket? Doesn’t matter – the conference happens outside the conference.
If you’re interested in attending, hit the source link below and apply for a ticket.