We're gearing up for a show during WWDC week that you will not want to miss. For the second year, we’re teaming up with WWDCGirls for an evening of mingling and music to benefit App Camp For Girls.
Playing humorous tech songs, including favorites from their Billboard-charting album Backtrace, the annual James Dempsey and the Breakpoints show has become a WWDC week tradition. No WWDC ticket is required—anyone in town for the week can attend.
We'll announce full details soon — but it is shaping up to be our biggest show ever, we’re very excited!
The show sold out quickly last year. Join our low-volume list to find out first when tickets are available.
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What is App Camp For Girls?
App Camp For Girls is a place where girls can put their creative power to work, concepting and building apps, while learning more about the business of software and being inspired by role models who are professional software developers. When girls see how fun and creative app development can be, they'll be more likely to pursue a career in software development and technology. The inaugural season of App Camp for Girls took place in the summer of 2013 in Portland, Oregon. In Summer 2017, our fifth year of operations, camp sessions will be held in Portland, Seattle, Phoenix, and Chicago. Middle school girls can apply now!