Apple CEO Steve Jobs will kick off this year’s
Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote presentation on Monday, May 6, 2002, at 10:00 am. In a statement, Jobs promised attendees a look at a future release of Mac OS X.
“With Mac OS X taking center stage, it’s a very exciting time to be a Mac developer,” said Jobs. “To get our developers even more excited, we’ll be giving them a sneak peek at the next release of Mac OS X, code named Jaguar.”
WWDC will feature more than 120 in-depth technical sessions on Mac OS X. Other activities at WWDC 2002 include: technical sessions covering topics such as Cocoa, Carbon, Java, Darwin, Digital Media, QuickTime, WebObjects and Networking & Server; hands-on labs to get the latest information on Mac OS X directly from Apple engineers and technology experts; an Exhibitor Fair showcasing the latest development tools and products; the Seventh Annual Apple Design Awards recognizing developers for innovation, advanced Mac OS X look and feel and the use of Apple technologies in their new product entries to the Mac OS X market; and additional activities including a FireWire Plugfest, Birds of a Feather sessions and Stump the Experts.
reported earlier this morning Apple has extended the Early Bird Registration program until April 19,2002. By using the discounts, you can save up to US$300. After April 14, the cost of a
WWDC e-ticket rises to $1,595.