Apple is offering attendees of this year’s
Worldwide Developer Conference
(WWDC) a series of free hands-on workshops before WWDC 2004 gets underway. The pre-conference workshops are scheduled for Sunday, June 27, and they’ll be held onsite at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco, Calif.
Cocoa Programming is a full-day workshop that will help users understand how to develop using Cocoa, Apple’s object-oriented framework for programming Mac OS X applications. AppleScript Hands-On and Carbon Programming are both offered as morning sessions, while The Unix Connection with Mac OS X and Effective Debugging and Optimization of Mac OS X code are offered as afternoon sessions.
Apple technical staff will be on-hand to answer questions and help with coding issues; sample code and tutorial materials will be provided by Apple for uploading. You’ll need to bring your own PowerBook or iBook, however.
Workshop seating is limited; registration is first-come, first-served. You’ll need to have a WWDC e-ticket before registering for one of these workshops; you can get more details from Apple’s
Web site now.