WWDC is approaching quickly. If you are planning to visit San Jose, you will be sure your time is filled with both work and fun. Even though you could not get a ticket to the WWDC itself, there is still a lot to do.
Below is a list of all the events that we found to happen in San Jose. We participate in a number of them. If you have an event that we should include, please add it to our forum and we will update this post as needed. Initial Date:
Sunday 3 June
For iOS and Mac developers, sjMacIndie will let you meet new friends before the WWDC week officially kicks.
Monday 4 June
The Great Kahuna. Keynote will take place on Monday morning at 1
AltConf is located right next to WWDC, and is a free developer conference with a host of great presentations.
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 on AltConf
The guys from ATP will record a podcast with a live studio audience.
Night of Dim Sum
Everything you can eat dim sum and great company.
Tickets are free, but required.
LinkedIn WWDC Watch Party
Join the LinkedIn Engineering Team to see the WWDC Platform State Union.
Available every morning to run with a group. Helps to sweat off all dim sums.
A coffee meets every morning of the week.
Tuesday June 5th
The Talk Show with John Gruber Live
John Gruber and guests will cover Keynote news and other topics. Tickets always go immediately so keep an eye on this.
Damp @ WWDC18
Come and meet the developers of Vapor.
Wednesday June 6th
RelayCon San Jose 2018
Stephen, Myke, Serenity, Jason and Federico will all be there to entertain.
James Dempsey and Breakpoints
A nerd band for a good cause. Always fun with music and humor.
Only by invitation, but Arn likes a party so send him a note.
Thursday 7 June
Other Night of Dim Sum
Another possibility for more dim sum and good company.
Friday 8th. June
try! Swift San Jose
Looking for more learning? Complete the weekly hearing from contributors to Swift Open Source.
What did we miss? Let us know and we add it.
See you in San Jose!