Apple has posted several new pieces of information regarding its upcoming Worldwide developer conference in San Francisco, including pricing and other details for the "Exhibit Fair" (for Mac developers desiring a turnkey exhibition space), as well as information on pre-conference workshops and after hours activities.
"Exhibit Fair" "The Exhibit Fair is designed for vendors to showcase their newest technologies and services to the worldwide Mac developer community. Apple's WWDC Exhibit Fair is a hot spot and has been a sell-out exposition for the last three years. RSVP to sign up today, as reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis. [...] Apple's Worldwide Developer Relations senior management team will be on hand at the Exhibit Fair Monday, following the 'grand opening' between 6-8 p.m. to meet with exhibitors and welcome attendees. This is the perfect opportunity to get to know these influential developer advocates within Apple and to educate them about your innovative Mac products." Turnkey station packages are available for US $2,495.00
Pre-Conference Workshops: Exclusively for WWDC Attendees "At no extra cost, attendees can choose from five pre-conference workshops conducted by Apple engineers and third-party experts on Sunday, June 27. Register for WWDC today, and reserve your spot in one of these exclusive in-depth workshops."
WWDC After Hours Activities "The WWDC experience extends beyond its five full days of sessions. Each evening, we have activities designed to connect you with your peers, Mac community leaders, and Apple engineers. WWDC veterans tell us that these casual events are perfect for touching base with old friends, making valuable new contacts, and most importantly, getting questions answered and problems resolved. This year, WWDC After Hours activities include"
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