On Thursday, Apple announced the dates for the 2009 Worldwide Developer Conference via its Developer Connection Web site. The conference will be held from June 8th through 12th in San Francisco at the Moscone Center West.
WWDC is a major yearly event for the Apple developer community, featuring technical sessions, hands-on labs, and access to Apple employees for those creating software for Mac OS X and the iPhone, as well as Information Technology professionals.
This year's program is likely to be a double threat for many programmers, as sessions will include information about both the forthcoming iPhone OS 3.0 update as well as the forthcoming Snow Leopard revision of Mac OS X.
Registration for the conference costs $1,295 until April 24th, at which point it goes up $300. Current ADC Student Members and student Team Members in the iPhone Developer University Program can apply for a WWDC Student Scholarship that will net them a free ride to the conference.
This story, "Apple Announces WWDC 2009 Dates" was originally published by Macworld.