There will be a “Stepwise Cocoa/WebObjects Community Birds of a Feather” session today, Tuesday, May 22 from 7-9 pm (Pacific) at the Almaden Ballroom in San Jose Hilton Towers.
“We’ll have speakers, demos, Q&A, general announcements and issue discussions, door prizes and t-shirt giveaways,” said Scott Anguish of the
Stepwise Web site, a sponsor of the session, along with Frontbase Software and Tenon Intersystems. “It’s a great chance to get to meet folks, and you don’t have to be attending WWDC to come to the Birds of a Feather.”
There’ll be around an hour of demos and speakers, followed by 30 minutes of announcements, question-and-answer session and maybe, a discussion panel. Bill Bumgarner of CodeFab will demonstrate WebObject’s Direct-to-Java-Client. Luke Adamson of Frontbase will demonstrate the new multi-threaded Frontbase Manager. Dan Wood will demonstrate his project, Museo. Bill Bumgarner, also of CodeFab, will give an update on the CodeFab/Stepwise Spring Screensaver Contest.
JosuZ Ram’rez will discuss Objective-J, a project that lets you compile a subset of Objective-C to Java ByteCode.Max Muller and Patrice Gautier of NetStruxr will talk about Direct-to-Web. Don Yacktman of Illuminex. will provide an update on the MiscKit for Mac OS X. And Anguish will provide a brief overview of the xpak project.
There’ll be door prizes from Frontbase and Tenon. For complete details go to the ”
Birds of a Feather ” info site.