Apple has updated its
Worldwide Developers Conference
(WWDC) 2004 Web site with descriptions of more than 100 sessions set to take place at the upcoming event. WWDC takes place from June 28 – July 2, 2004 in San Francisco, Calif.
At WWDC 2004, developers mingle with Apple engineers as they learn the latest tools and technology for creating Macintosh-compatible products. This year’s event is broken into seven main conference tracks: , Application Technologies, Development Tools, Enterprise IT, Graphics and Media, Hardware Technologies, OS Foundations and QuickTime and Digital Media.
Apple plans nearly 200 technical sessions this year, and the WWDC 2004 Web site has been updated with descriptions of more than 100 of them. More descriptions will be added over the next few weeks, according to Apple.
As MacCentral reported earlier this week, Apple has also posted details about the Ninth Annual Apple Design Awards — an event that occurs during WWDC which awards developers whose products showcase achievements in software design, QuickTime content and performance demos. You can find out more from the Web site at the link above.