Apple has released more detailed information on sessions taking place at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) being held in San Francisco, Calif. June 6-10, 2005. The Mac OS X Tiger sessions will give developers an opportunity to work hands-on with the Apple engineers that developed the operating system.
Sessions include 64-bit Development, which helps developers integrate 64-bit Tiger technology into their applications; Cocoa “Tiger Makeover,” a session with Apple’s Cocoa team where developers receive coding assistance and troubleshooting advice; a Spotlight session to help developers learn how to make Spotlight part of their application; Using Mac OS X Tiger Server, Xgrid and Xsan; and many others.
Apple has also posted information on a new feature at this years developers conference called “Brown Bag Lunches with O’Reilly.” These sessions begin on Tuesday, June 7 with Tim O’Reilly, president and CEO of O’Reilly Media, talking about the innovations on his radar, and how Mac developers can begin to distribute the future today.
Other “brown bag” lunches include Python Today, hosted by Guido van Rossum, creator of Python; PHP on a PowerBook, hosted by Rasmus Lerdorf, creator of PHP; What’s Hot in Open Source with Nat Torkington, O’Reilly Media Editor, Open Source Convention Program Chair; and several others.
More details on specific sessions can be found on
Apple’s WWDC Web site.