Tim Cook kicked off the Worldwide Developer Conference 2022, Apple’s conference dedicated to developers. The CEO of the American giant, at the opening, recalled the company’s efforts towards the inclusion of women and minorities in the complex world of digital developers. “Technology must be a source of inspiration for everyone”. In the last year, Apple has increased its efforts to incentivize the training of women both in the United States and abroad, for example in Saudi Arabia, by focusing on contact between the company’s trainers and alumni at partner universities in Cupertino. “We have just opened our brand new developer center across from Apple Park – explained Cook – where kids can interact with our engineers”. To date, there are about 34 million developers working on Apple platforms, primarily for mobile devices, from the iPhone to the iPad. “The goal is now to push further the opportunities our environment offers, for both developers and consumers.” Tim Cook’s presentation, as well as the most recent Apple keynotes, was recorded near the Apple Park in Cupertino, the same location where a handful of developers, selected online, will participate live in the sessions dedicated to news for iOS, iPadOs and the company’s other operating systems. After three years of limitations due to the pandemic, this is a sort of return to normal for a live event, albeit in a reduced and controlled form. For the first time, all the insights of the Apple for “developers” can be followed for free on the internet, upon registration.
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