AppleScript Pro Sessions are returning to Monterey, Calif. in June. The five-day series provides in-depth coverage of AppleScript and Mac applications that use the technology.
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Scheduled for June 2-6, 2003, AppleScript Pro Sessions happens at the Casa Munras Hotel in downtown Monterey. The event is designed for both beginning and advanced AppleScript users, and it brings together Shane Stanley of Australia’s Myriad Communications and Ray Robertson of Atlanta, Ga.’s Scripting Matters.
The first day of the sessions introduces AppleScript, while subsequent days get into the nitty-gritty of scripting real-world applications. Attendees get a CD with all the course scripts also.
Full days are dedicated to QuarkXPress and Adobe InDesign, and other courses look at scripting features in Adobe Photoshop 7 and Mac OS X 10.2. This year’s courses also bring attendees information on GUI scripting capabilities and AppleScript improvements, according to Robertson. Other applications that will be touched on include FileMaker Pro, Adobe Illustrator and Acrobat, BBEdit and more.
Early Bird registration costs US$400, and you have until May 1 to get the price. Discount packages are available for 3 days or more, also. Visit the Web site for details.