A challenge to WWDC attendees: cement your connections
Every WWDC is a phenomenal opportunity to connect, learn and be inspired about the opportunities in our industry. The numbers don’t lie: building great software is a more valuable skill every day and the number of people interested in our software is increasing at an extraordinary pace.
As the conference wraps up, we’d like to issue a challenge to you for the rest of your WWDC experience.
Cement your new connections.
Over the past several days you’ve probably met a few new people, made some new friends and shared a few pints/cocktails with people who were previously strangers.
Before you leave, grab a few of them and go hang out.
Spend some more time getting to know one another, whether it’s over an espresso at Blue Bottle, a beer at the Chieftain or a bite at Ooola. Use the Beer Bash and the parties tonight to ensure that you’ve added another quality relationship to your repertoire.
Also, come join us for beers at Zeitgeist tomorrow.
For those of you who are around, the weather looks like it’s cooperating so let’s meet at Zeitgeist for beers, conversation and cementing your new connections. We’ll be there around 4 and would love to see you! (note: although we’re not hosting a happy hour we’ll be buying a few of the pitchers to kick things off).
If there’s enough interest from people (ping us on Twitter: @apptentive) we might organize a field trip out to Sam’s in Tiburon for bloody marys, sun and ferry rides.