Where to Be at WWDC
WWDC is fast approaching. If you’re planning to visit San Jose, you’ll want to be sure your time is filled with both work and fun. Even if you weren’t able to get a ticket to WWDC itself, there is still plenty to do.
Below is a list of all the events that we’ve found to be happening in San Jose. We’ll be participating in a number of them. In order of start date:
Sunday, June 3
For iOS and Mac developers, sjMacIndie will let you meet some new friends before the WWDC week officially kicks off.
Monday, June 4
The big kahuna. The keynote happens Monday morning at 10AM and the fun continues all week.
Situated right next to WWDC, AltConf is a free developer conference with a number of good presentations. (And one especially good sponsor…yours truly. Come see us.)
A design focused conference with an impressive list of speakers.
A conference for Apple developers.
The Loop Bash
The party with The Beard. Tickets will be free, but you must have a ticket.
ATP Live at AltConf
The guys from ATP will record a podcast with a live studio audience.
Night of Dim Sum
All you can eat dim sum and great company.
Tickets are free but required.
LinkedIn WWDC Watch Party
Come join the LinkedIn Engineering team to watch the WWDC Platforms State of the Union.
Available each morning to run with a group. Helps sweat off all the dim sum.
A coffee meet up for every morning of the week.
Tuesday, June 5
The Talk Show with John Gruber Live
John Gruber and guests will cover the Keynote news and other topics. Tickets always go immediately so keep an eye on this one.
Vapor @ WWDC18
Come meet with the developers of Vapor.
Wednesday, June 6
RelayCon San Jose 2018
Stephen, Myke, Serenity, Jason, and Federico will all be there to entertain.
James Dempsey and the Breakpoints
A nerd band for a good cause. Always fun with music and humor.
By invite only, but Arn likes a party so send him a note.
Thursday, June 7
Second night of Dim Sum
A second opportunity for more dim sum and good company.
Friday, June 8
try! Swift San Jose
Looking for more learning? Finish the week hearing from contributors of Swift Open Source.
What did we miss? Let us know and we’ll add it.
See you in San Jose!