I know, the conference ended 5 days ago, I should’ve written about it way sooner. But there is so much to explore in SF! Anyway, better now than never, right? For those of you who hasn’t read any of my other posts here; I got lucky and won the WWDC Students Scholarship, so I had the opportunity to be at this year’s ‘DubDub’ (as cool guys call it). Here are some notes about what kind of experience it was for me.
Today started this year’s WWDC, and since I won the scholarship, I had the incredible opportunity to be part of it. In this blog post, I’ll try to summarize the most important things from my personal perspective, and I’ll tell you guys why it is a big deal not only for Apple and for the whole world, but also for me personally.
We all do what we do because there is something that makes us to do it. Among the most common factors would definitely be money, recognition from our relatives or friends, the feeling of being successful or the joy of the work itself. I’ve spent awfully lot of time thinking about what is the most important force that makes me do what what I’m doing, and I believe I’ve found the answer. In this post, I am going to explain why.
Well, that’s of course nonsense. In fact, the only person who has been waiting for it is me. This is my first blog post ever, and I am full of expectations of how it’s going to take off. If you are curious why, carry on reading, if not, that’s ok too. I promise I won’t be crying long for the lost reader.