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WWDC Sells Out in 2 Hours, Leaving Many Devs Ticketless — And Outraged

Tickets for Apple Worldwide Developers Conference are coveted, command a hefty price tag, and sell out quickly. But this year, tickets sold so rapidly, and so early in the day, that many west coast developers were left ticketless -- and feeling alienated by Apple.
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