O’Reilly & Associates’ Mac OS X Conference happens October 27 – 30, 2003 in Santa Clara, Calif. The early-bird registration discount that saves attendees up to US$250 is only available through September 12, however.
A new keynote address has been added, according to the company — Apple’s Bud Tribble will speak. “Tribble is leading the Apple charge into the Scientific Computing field by helping to set the long term technical direction for the Mac OS software engineering group,” according to the show’s coordinators.
Additionally, Apple’s own AppleScript product manager Sal Soghoian will present his Introduction to AppleScript tutorial at the show.
Also presenting at the conference is Terry Gaasterland, an associate professor from Rockefeller University who will lead a special keynote on Bioinformatics (“Meeting the Demands of Genome Annotation with Savvy Distributed Computing”); as well as Adam Engst, Andy Ihnatko, Tim O’Reilly and David Pogue.
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