More news from this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple’s annual gathering of Macintosh hardware and software engineers from all corners of the globe.
Apple Technical Training is offering intensive developer training. Folks attending WWDC can save hundreds off Cocoa and WebObjects courses. And if you’re wondering about these folks’ credibility, it’s the same team that teaches Apple’s own engineers the tricks of the trade. Apple’s hardware and software engineering teams will also be on hand at the annual Apple Campus Bash to answer questions from interested attendees.
Lots of folks are excited about O’Reilly & Associates plunge into the world of Macintosh reference guides. O’Reilly & Associates is a well-known publisher of reference guides for various UNIX and Internet technology. Folks attending WWDC this year will get to take home one of two new books from the publisher, “Learning Carbon” or “Learning Cocoa,” offered to WWDC attendees as a thank you gift.
WWDC 2001 takes place from May 21-25 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. For more info, visit the WWDC 2001 Web site.