WWDC special event schedule posted

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Apple has announced its list of special events for the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference. WWDC 2003 will be held June 23-27 in San Francisco, California.

As previously reported Apple CEO Steve Jobs will give the WWDC Keynote address on Monday, June 23, at 10 am. Conference attendees will have a chance to meet the Technology Evangelists from Apple Worldwide Developer Relations and establish a personal point of contact for key Apple hardware and software technologies during a 6-7 p.m. event. Also on Monday, from 5-8 p.m., the Apple Developer Connection Reception will be held. It's a casual reception for ADC members, who will be treated to drinks and hors d'oeuveres.

On Tuesday, June 24, the Eighth Annual Apple Design Awards, expanded this year to include new QuickTime and Server Solution categories, will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. Both contests recognize "technical excellence, innovation, design quality, and ease of use."

The annual "Stump the Experts" event will run 6:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 25. Attendees will be able to test their knowledge of Apple's history and Mac OS trivia against that of other experts. From 8:15-10 p.m. it's time for Movie Night. During this annual WWDC tradition, participants can eat pizza and watch a film.

The Campus Bash will held at, not surprisingly, the Apple Campus in Cupertino from 7-10 p.m. on Thursday, June 26. There'll be a casual party, food, music, and a chance to mingle with Apple staff. During the same time, and at the same location, the "FireWire, USB, and Bluetooth Plug and Unplug Fest" will be held. This year's fest has been expanded to include Bluetooth

The Plug and Unplug Fest gives developers a chance to test and debug their devices, discuss issues with Apple's FireWire, USB, and Bluetooth engineering teams, and network with other developers who share similar interests.

This story, "WWDC special event schedule posted" was originally published by PCWorld.

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