What is WWDC 2010?
WWDC 2010 is the World Wide Developers Conference for the year 2010 initiated and sponsored by Apple. This conference is the gathering of web developers who authored and created different software, programs and services exclusively used by the Apple company. It includes developed programs and software services for Apple products such as iPhones, iPods and iPads, computers and other electronics.
Several developers and key figures in the virtual and online industry gather together for this very important convention of the WWDC 2010. There are thousands of web program developers attending the event in order to network and share inputs and products with other clients and participants in the development community. Other than the essential talks, seminars and symposium, there are other activities observed in this event. Participants also attend sessions as well as technical labs to widen their horizons and experience about web development in general.
This organized conference kicked off on June 7th 2010 with starting time that synchronizes different global time zones. The official starting time for the conference are as follows: 10:00 AM Pacific Time, 11:00 AM Mountain, 7:00 AM Hawaii, 12:00 PM Central, 1:00 PM Eastern, 6:00 PM London, 7:00 PM Paris, 9:00 PM Moscow and 2:00 AM of June 8th in Tokyo Japan.
For the launch of this conference, there are numerous innovations in the contemporary technology industry to watch out for. The convention of the world’s topmost developers and initiated by Apple could only mean the best display of up-to-date programs and gadgets for all techies and users.
WWDC 2010 is the conference that launches the next generation technologies including the newest iPhone version to be unveiled. There are also topmost software systems to be unraveled such as the newest Safari 5 and HTML 5, Mac OS X, iChat for iPhone and the multi-touch track-pad.