WorldWide JailbreakCon (WWJC) 2015 will kick off on 20 June in San Francisco, according to an announcement on JailbreakCon's official website.

WWJC 2015 will be a two-day event involving workshops, mini-talks, presentations and lessons on jailbreaking, which will aid beginners in learning from veterans in the community.

We can expect the workshops will provide assistance to attendees along the lines of last year's development activities and discussions involving Cydia and jailbreak troubleshooting, intermediate and advanced developer discussions, and an introduction to theming iOS.

Talking about last year's highlights and their tentative plans for this year's jailbreak convention, the event organisers for JailbreakCon had this to say:

Last year's talks included: Filippo Bigarella explained the challenges of building Springtomize,Ryan Petrich shared how to build successful products, Kevin Bradley (nitoTV) explained why the Apple TV 3 isn't jailbroken yet, Thientam Bach (Surenix) talked about his design work with saurik and announced a surprise new product, Cyril Cattiaux (pod2g) told stories from the old days of jailbreaking, and saurik talked about how to make education work for you.

On Sunday we'll have longer talks that dive deep into topics about tweak development, theme design, the jailbreaking community, and more. This will also have plenty of time for lunch at the venue with fellow attendees," adds the announcement on the official website.

If you are still not convinced about what's in store at the WWJC event this year, then you can check out a bunch of videos from the JailbreakCon (2014) on the JailbreakCon YouTube channel.

You may also browse through the programme schedule for 21 June (Sunday) via the video playlist and Saturday's (20 June) mini-talks are posted here.