I want to talk a bit about WWDC.
I've been in the Mac/Apple ecosystem longer than I have in the Google/Android ecosystem. (When I bought my Galaxy Nexus, I did so because I figured I was tighter into the Google services—I had Gmail, had begun using Docs, etc.) I even bought a new Mac after more than five years in 2013.
That said, there's plenty of exciting stuff. In terms of unity Apple is taking OS X and finally giving it the visual polish of iOS 7+. Photos won't affect me (too locked in to Google now).
Many of the iOS changes don't affect me (unless I somehow decide an iPhone is for me—I should note I'm probably getting a new phone in the next year, probably on Android, and I'm probably going to move to T-Mobile), though they will certainly make productivity and accessibility easier on iOS devices (and thus be very welcome). Producing better mobile experiences should be a goal of every mobile system, and the iOS announcements today are sure to do just that.
Had you told me I'd be excited about programming languages last year, I would have called you a liar. Here I am, having earned an A+ in my C++ class and picked up C# on my own. I'm reading excitedly (and with a lot of interest) about Swift, and I might dabble in it too.
Most of the features that make C++11, newer C#, and Swift exciting I don't get, like lambdas, probably because my C++ class didn't deal much with modern programming paradigms. But it looks very exciting, and certainly the people who have lived in the Objective-C trenches for years are happy to see this.
Next up: Google I/O. I'm just as excited for I/O as I was for WWDC. I'm not a basher. But I hope something awesome comes of it.