Wednesday, May 30, 2007 at 12:02 PMposted by Scott Knaster, Technical Writer
Seasoned Mac developers and fans know that Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference (better known as WWDC) is a highlight of every year. And for the first time this year, we are getting into the developer conference act too -- with tomorrow's Google Developer Day. It's not strictly a Mac event, but I'm looking forward to it because GDD is going to showcase all sorts of cool web-based cross-platform goodies, including Google data APIs, developing with Google Maps, AJAX development, and lots of fun with mashups (I got to help out with that topic).
Google Developer Day is a tough ticket, but I'm happy to report that we're webcasting the whole thing live and then posting the videos to YouTube, so you can virtually be there without having to travel. And if you are actually there, maybe we'll run into each other -- or if not, then maybe at WWDC.