In precisely one month from today, our founder and CEO, Joshua “jL” Mitchell, will be traveling to San Francisco, California to attend Apple’s 2016 World Wide Developer Conference. In order to attend this conference, one must be chosen by a randomized lottery system due to the overwhelming number of developers, founders and press eager to attend this conference. In 2013, WWDC set a conference record by selling out of its tickets just 2 minutes after their release triggering the installation of the lottery system. Needless to say it’s extremely difficult to obtain one of these tickets and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have the jeniusLogic brand represented and actively engaging at this year’s conference.
For those who are unaware, WWDC is the annual conference Apple Inc. holds to update developers and the public on the new software, hardware, software development tools and products they will be releasing in the near future. For attendees the conference is a 5 day event where we can participate in workshops highlighting new features/techniques coming to the development platforms. It would also allow attendees the opportunity to get one-on-one time with Apple engineers for Q&A or critiques of our code. As an added bonus we have the opportunity to network with some of the top App Development companies and iOS/MacOSX/tvOS/watchOS developers in the world. This is going to be one of the biggest events this year for the #AppDevelopment industry and we want you to experience it with us. Make sure to follow our snapchat @jeniusLogic for live updates and exclusive content.
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