Technology alone is not enough. Technology must intersect with the liberal arts and the humanities, to create new ideas and experiences that push society forward. This summer we bring together thousands of brilliant minds representing many diverse perspectives, passions, and talents to help us change the world.
WWDC Scholarships reward talented students and STEM organization members with the opportunity to attend this year’s conference. Developers selected for a scholarship will receive a WWDC 2017 ticket and lodging free of charge.
I reproduced a public-key cryptosystem (RSA - Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) in Swift.
The playground can be found here.
I had the chance to be published twice in the Swiss newspaper "Le Temps", in French only.
Plongé une semaine chez Apple, un collégien genevois raconte, 9th June 2017
I also wrote an article for Appcoda about the new features in iOS, watchOS, macOS and tvOS and I interviewed some scholars.
I'll quote the article for my advices from my experience there :
I would have a few advices about WWDC to give to scholars (and attendees) that come for the first time. First, as Ariana said, having a project that you are working on is really great because you can go to many different labs like Marketing Lab or UI Design Lab where engineers or designers from Apple can give you personal advices on how to improve your app. Second, find the good mix between sessions and labs. I would advice going to a few sessions and a few labs during the week but not only one of the two. Going only to sessions can be really boring and if you only go to labs you can miss some essentials sessions.
Finally, like Liz said, don’t be afraid to talk with everybody. Don’t forget this you share the love of code with all the people here. Go and talk to scholars about their project, while waiting in a queue or before the beginning of a session, talk to the person next to you. You can and you will meet a lot of fantastic people!