WWDC was a great experience for us here at Kitty Code. Our CEO Ilene Jones took the trip, had a great time learning at the sessions, seeing Steve Jobs in person for the first time, and meeting with other developers like Mike Wolfenbarger just one developer of RadarScope, Ross Kimes developer of StormSpotter as well as Dylan and Dustin Bruzenak of AppViz analytics app for the Mac. The time we spent IRL (In Real Life) was great. It was especially interesting to talk about our beginnings, since we have all been writing apps for iOS devices since 2008, and hear the perspectives of others in our small weather app community. There were others we hoped to see, but alas, it was not meant to be.
While in San Francisco, we also had the opportunity to meet with Neil Ticktin, Editor-in-Chief of MacTech Magazine and TUAW’s own Editor-in-Chief Victor Agreda, Jr. We had a short video interview about our apps, which mostly focused on our virtual geocaching game Traveler’s Quest.
TUAW: WWDC Interview with Kitty Code
MacTech: WWDC Interview with Kitty Code