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The Case For Multiple Apple Developer Conferences

The Case For Multiple Apple Developer Conferences

Does Apple need to create multiple WWDC-like events worldwide?

How quickly WWDC sold out this week – less than two hours and before many developers on the west coast were even out of bed – raises some interesting questions for Apple. Could the company have handled the announcement better? Should Apple allow more than 5,000 developers to attend? Is the current model for WWDC, which was adopted years ago, still viable given the stratospheric success that Apple has experienced over the past few years?

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Alternative To Sold-Out WWDC 2012 Launches: Check Out Indie Developer Lab

Alternative To Sold-Out WWDC 2012 Launches: Check Out Indie Developer Lab

Didn't make WWDC this year? Indie Developer Lab has got you covered.

Apple’s 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference sold out in just two hours yesterday morning, and most of the west coast got screwed because it all happened before many had even crawled out of bed. Now we’re here to tell you at the comfortable time of 8 A.M. PST about Indie Developer Lab, a conference for the devs who weren’t able to get into WWDC this year.

Helmed by developers Kyle Kinkade and Nate True with the help of Craig Fox, Indie Developer Lab 2012 will take place June 11-14th in San Francisco, California. As a response to the near-instantaneous sell-out of this year’s WWDC, the Indie Developer Lab is an alternative venue for iOS and Mac developers to meet, work, and share ideas.

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