Haven't bought your tickets for WWDC yet? Don't bother. The conference has sold out just hours after tickets went on sale, and a mere 12 hours after registration opened.
There are, of course, any number of reasons for the interest in the developer conference. First and foremost, iOS. The mobile operating system has become a massive community all its own, and developers are flocking to the platform in hopes of hitting it big at the App Store.
Given the number of new companies looking to develop for the platform and the speed with which iOS is evolving, it's no surprise that entry into the developer conference is a hot commodity.
And then, of course, there's OS X. With Mac OS Lion expected to launch soon, Mac developers no doubt want to learn as much as they can about the new features and APIs that might be arriving.
So what should Apple do? Perhaps it's time to break WWDC up, creating seperate conferences for iOS and OS X. Or maybe it's time that a second WWDC conference was launched, maybe a European edition of the conference?
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