I have finally finished up my video blog of Apple’s 2010 Worldwide Developer’s Conference.
The vlog features interviews with six women developers, highlights from the keynote queue, WWDC parties, and general commentary into the conference experience itself. This goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway: the video contains auxiliary info only; nothing specific to the content under NDA.
Many thanks to:
Iman Yusuf of RMIT University
Marn-Yee Lee of Twinkle Toes Software
Zara Aida of Terato Tech
Brittany Tarvin of FadingRed
Miwaza of DuoPlus! and miwaza.com
and Melody Wang of the University of New South Wales.
And thanks to everyone else who helped in the making of this video. Hope you enjoy!
If VS 2010 supports developing iPhone/iPad apps, what dose that mean in terms of language? Will VS 2010 support Objective-C? Or will C# compile into binaries that can be run on iPhones? The latter blatantly violates what Apple stated in the iPhone Developer program:
So the only thing this COULD mean, if this is true, is that VS 2010 will support Objective-C, and load in all the Apple CocoaTouch frameworks, so you can develop in Objective-C and CocoaTouch, on a PC and in Visual Studio. This would mean Apple sees the future as mobile, and not Macs, but we knew that already when Apple announced the only design awards for WWDC 2010 would be given out to iPhone/iPad apps, not for Macs.
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