It’s no surprise, but now it’s official: the future of Mac OS X will be the focus at Apple’s upcoming World Wide Developer Conference, which runs May 6-10 in San Jose, according to Apple’s new
WWDC 2002 Web site. The site lets you view the daily schedule of course offerings, as well as offering registration and other info.
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WWDC 2002 sessions will cover various aspects of Mac OS X development from “Networking and Server” to “Accessibility.” There’ll also be “Getting Started” courses for developers new to the Mac OS X platform, though they’ll cost a bit extra.
The regular registration price for WWDC 2002 is US$1,595. However, if you register by April 14, the cost is $1,295 or $1,695 for the “Getting Started” bundle. The latter includes: a full conference pass; savings on one complete Mac system; and an Apple Developer Connect Select membership. (By the way, ADC Premier Members receive one ticket at no cost.)