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Here are some tips from the Apple Website:
Prepare for the conference
WWDC is an incredible experience where you'll learn about new technologies, work one-to-one with Apple engineers, and enjoy special events. With so much to see and do the week moves quickly, but you can be prepared by bringing the essentials, planning out your week, and loading up on information.
Bring the essentials
At WWDC you'll be learning about new technologies and how to use them in your app development. Be sure you pack everything you need to follow along during the sessions and work with Apple engineers at the labs, including your:
- iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch for development
- Power adapter
- Ethernet adaptor (if you’re using a MacBook Air)
Download the WWDC 2011 app
The WWDC 2011 app is your mobile guide to the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Available from the App Store, the WWDC app allows you to quickly access the full conference schedule, make reservations at one of the labs, receive conference updates, view floor diagrams of Moscone West, and create a personalized schedule of the sessions, labs, and events you plan on attending. Learn more
Check the conference schedule
The WWDC website and WWDC app provide you with a complete view of the conference schedule including special events and lunchtime presentations. Be sure to check the schedule after keynote as the descriptions and locations of more sessions are posted. Log in
Get hands-on with Apple engineers
The labs are staffed by the Apple engineers who create the technologies you use every day. Drop by the labs during open hours or visit the labs during one of the technology focused sessions. Learn more
Meet with an Apple UI expert
Visit the User Interface Design lab for a review of your app by Apple user interface experts. You can have a prototype, development, or production version of your app reviewed. Appointments for the User Interface Design lab can be made from the WWDC 2011 app.
Reserve time at the labs
The App Review, iTunes Connect, and Program Support teams will be on-hand all week to answer any questions you may have on a range of topics including the app review process, reasons why your app was rejected and details on what you need to do, using iTunes Connect, managing your app on the App Store, enrolling in an Apple Developer Program, and questions about your existing developer program membership.