If you’re a developer and plan to go to
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), time is running out for Early Bird registration, which ends April 14. The conference will be held from May 6 – 10, 2002 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA.
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As part of the pre-registration package, you pay $1,295 for the conference, a savings of $300 off the normal price of $1,595. In addition, Apple is also offering a Getting Started bundle until April 14, 2002. Priced at $1695, the Getting Started bundle includes attendance at WWDC 2002, a full-year Apple Developer Connection Select membership, a discount on one Apple Macintosh system (including 1 CPU and 1 monitor) and more.
Xplain Custom Services, the sister division of MacTech Magazine, is organizing the WWDC Exhibit Fair at this year’s Conference. To register for the Exhibit Fair you can call direct at 805-435-1004 or
email the company.
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.