Beyond WWDC

A variety of developer organizations will host events throughout the week of WWDC. See the list below to find even more opportunities for learning, networking, and fun in addition to Apple’s conference.

Virtual Trivia

Get excited for WWDC with a trivia game highlighting Apple and WWDC history, Swift, accessibility, and more, hosted by Diversity in Swift.

June 5

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Community Week

Made possible by volunteers from around the world, this community-run event lets you connect and share with fellow developers at watch parties, group get-togethers, mentorship labs, community talks, a hackathon, an open space for collaboration, and more.

June 5 – 13

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Office Hours: WWDC Edition

Join Office Hours (the online daily discussion group) as Alex Lindsay, Rene Ritche, developers, and others break down the latest Apple announcements and take your questions in this global conversation.

June 7 and June 10

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Extended Tokyo

Created by Yahoo! JAPAN, this online event brings together developers to discuss the latest technologies unveiled during the conference. Conducted in Japanese.

June 8 JST

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WWDC.playground by SwiftGG

Watch a free live stream featuring speakers from all over the world as they review and discuss the latest Apple announcements and ways to improve your apps. Conducted in Mandarin.

June 8 – 12 CST

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James Dempsey and the Breakpoints LIVE near WWDC

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of James Dempsey and the Breakpoints with a mix of music, conversation, and a live virtual event benefiting Black Girls Code.

June 9

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try! Swift DUB DUB

Connect and review what’s new in iOS. Meet developers from around the world, hear lightning talks from iOS community members, and see some magical artist performances.

June 11

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This special WWDC edition of #iOSDevHappyHour, a monthly gathering, is a place for current and aspiring iOS Developers to share experiences and knowledge, simply hang out, and build community at a time when face-to-face contact is limited.

June 12

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Review and discuss the latest Apple announcements online with MOSA, an organization that supports software developers throughout Japan. Participants can also talk about their apps with fellow community members. Conducted in Japanese.

June 13 JST

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These events are sponsored by third-party developer organizations who are not affiliated with or endorsed by Apple Inc. (“Apple”). These website links are provided solely for your convenience, and Apple does not guarantee any information or content set forth therein.