Apple is offering attendees of the upcoming
Worldwide Developers Conference 2003
special “Early Bird” workshops at no additional charge.
Apple engineers and third-party specialists will host the hands-on sessions, which are “first-come, first-served.” Topics include integration of Apple’s pro video and audio software, QuickTime broadcasting and streaming, sessions on using QuickTime and LiveStage Pro, AppleScript Studio, extending applications with plug-ins, developing a Sherlock channel, and “getting your feet wet” with Cocoa, Mac OS X’s application frameworks.
Attendees will get the chance to implement the featured technologies at dedicated workstations provided during the Early Bird workshops, although Apple recommends that developers bring with them USB or FireWire-based external hard drives so they can keep their work when they leave.
Registered WWDC attendees may attend these Early Bird workshops — attendees can register for only one such workshop. Apple encourages attendees to send in their reservation request as soon as possible, with an alternate choice listed in case your first choice is not available. More details can be found on Apple’s WWDC Web site.