What you need to know
- Apple has brought back Tech Talks for developers.
- The 2021 schedule includes 100 live sessions and 1,500 office hours.
- The program will occur over the next eight weeks.
Today, Apple brought back Tech Talks, an online program designed to offer developers time with Apple's team to learn, ask questions, and work together on apps.
The company announced that the program, which will occur over the next eight weeks, will include more than 100 live sessions and 1,500 office hours. Developers will be able to learn about the company's new technologies and get one-on-one guidance from Apple engineers, much live they do at WWDC every year.
Susan Prescott, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations, says that the goal of the program is to give developers "every resource we can to help make the hard work they put in that much easier and more impactful."
The company says that it is hosting the live sessions in a number of time zones across countries like Bengaluru, India; Cupertino, California; London; Mexico City; São Paulo; Seoul, South Korea; Shanghai; Singapore; Sydney; Tel Aviv, Israel; and Tokyo. After each live presentation, Apple experts will open it up for a Q&A session. Developers can also get access to office hours which are one-on-one sessions with Apple engineers.
Tech Talks are free to all members of the Apple Developer Program and the Apple Developer Enterprise Program. Registration is now open and those who want to attend can learn more on the Apple Developer website.
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