The Worldwide Developers Conference sees the best-of-breed programmers discuss new coding technologies every year. Apple throws in its own expertise, and now you can watch the company’s coding gurus pass on their knowledge in an array of free WWDC 2011 session videos.
A new page in iTunes - ‘WWDC 2011 Videos’
- has been set up by Apple this week to allow anyone with a developer account (free or paid) to download the multitude of videos shot during the conference’s most exciting lectures.
Categories include Apple Platforms Kickoff; App Frameworks; Core OS; Developer Tools; Graphics, Media and Games; and Internet and Web.
That’s not all, though.
Apple also has a page entirely dedicated to a broad range of developer videos
, new and old, where users can “choose from a range of in-depth, technical videos that show you how to incorporate powerful Apple technologies into your iOS and Mac OS X apps and create stunning web pages and web apps for Safari.”
Categories include:WWDC 2011 - Watch over 100 sessions covering the latest innovations in iOS and OS X from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011.
WWDC 2010 - Watch Apple engineers present over 100 session from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2010 and download the supporting presentation slides.
iOS - View fundamental and advanced techniques for creating innovative apps that maximize the powerful technologies in iOS.
Mac OS X - See how to use the the technologies available in Mac OS X to create innovative applications that deliver an amazing user experience.
Safari - Learn how to use the world’s most innovative web development platform to create stunning web pages and web applications.
Each section comes with a plurality of videos on its own. To make it clear for everyone, all videos are free to watch as long as you have an Apple ID. You can register as a free developer right now on Apple’s Developer site