∞ Apple posts WWDC 2011 videos for developers

Couldn’t make it to Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) this year? Neither could most Apple developers. Not only is it a long way (and an expensive trip) for many people to go to, but WWDC tickets sold out in two hours, so the vast majority of iOS and Mac OS X developers weren’t able to make it to this year’s event.

[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]If you’re a registered developer, though, you can still benefit from what was discussed. Apple has posted more than 100 videos from sessions recorded during this year’s WWDC.

Sessions are divided up by technology track, including App Frameworks; Core OS; Developer Tools; General; Graphics, Media & Games; and Internet & Web.

Apple’s Web site requires you to sign in to view the content, which you can only do if you’re a registered developer. Once you’re in, you can either watch the video on the Web, view it in iTunes, or download PDF versions of the presentation slides shown during the session.