For the first time ever at an Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, there’ll be a “Lunchtime Series” of sessions.
WWDC 2002 runs May 6-10 in San Jose, CA.
On Tuesday, May 7, the Lunchtime Series will feature a Metrowerks presentation. It will focus on Mac OS X development tools, especially CodeWarrior.
Tim O’Reilly, the founder and president of O’Reilly & Associates, will present his perspective on the “incredible combination of technologies in Mac OS X” during the Wednesday, May 8, session. On Thursday, there’ll be a Pixar presentation during the Lunchtime Series.
In the last Lunchtime Series session on Friday, May 10, Real Software and Runtime Revolution will put the spotlight on their latest tools for Mac OS X development: REALbasic 4, the object-oriented BASIC development environment, and Revolution 1.1.1, an integrated development environment.