We hope you had Pingdom monitoring for WWDC tickets, as Apple just opened up this year’s ticket sales.
A little while ago we showed you how to set up an alert with our monitoring service, so that you could get notified when Apple started selling the tickets.
How many took advantage of this? Quite a few people did and here’s what some of them had to say.
— Holger Eilhard (@holgr) April 25, 2012
— Cameron Spickert (@cameronspickert) April 25, 2012
— marc hoffman (@dwarfland) April 25, 2012
— Cédric Foellmi (@SoftTenebrasLux) April 25, 2012
— Dave Test (@davidmtest) April 25, 2012
— Casey Liss (@caseyliss) April 25, 2012
— Zsombor Szabó (@zssz) April 25, 2012
Have a great WWDC!
We say congratulations to everyone who has managed to score some tickets to this year’s WWDC and we hope you have a great time.
We’d also like to point out that the same technique we used to monitor for WWDC tickets can be used for many other things. We’ll come back soon with some ideas and suggestions for you.
Do you have any cool things that you monitor with a Pingdom account? Let us know!
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