Apple has added a Bluetooth session to this year’s
Worldwide developer Conference
(WWDC), being held May 6-10, 2002 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif.
In the ”
” session, attendees will hear what Apple is doing with Bluetooth. Bluetooth opens up numerous opportunities for Mac OS X developers. Apple is offering developers information on how to extend their stack to support hardware, how to add support for additional profiles required by devices and how to develop applications that take advantage of Bluetooth.
Every year at WWDC, Apple gathers developers from around the globe to give them the first look at new Apple technologies and trends. Apple said that on May 6, WWDC 2002 attendees would be “the first to explore the powerful new capabilities of the next major release of Mac OS X” as well.
Additionally, WWDC features sessions and hands-on access with Apple engineers and industry experts who can help you get the most out of Mac OS X as a development platform. And if you
sign up for WWDC, you’ll also gain post-conference online access to sessions, along with a complete WWDC 2002 Sessions DVD set.
WWDC sessions cover the gamut of the Mac OS development experience. Topics include Darwin, Cocoa, Carbon, Java, Digital Media, QuickTime, WebObjects, networking and server-related technologies, and tools. Special events that occur during WWDC include the Apple Design Awards, the Apple Campus Bash, Birds of a Feather sessions and more.