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April 26th, 2000

[1:00 PM] Apple Announces "Hands-On Labs" For WWDC
by Staff

Another day, another big announcement for the WWDC... Apple has announced "hands-on labs" for the WWDC that will allow developers to work directly with Apple technologies while having direct access to Apple engineers. The WWDC is Apple's annual conference for Mac developers. According to Apple:

You'd think that with all the great sessions Apple has on tap for this year's WWDC, there'd be enough to satisfy even the most discerning engineer. But alas, Apple has even more on tap in the form of hands-on, walk-in labs covering topics such as WebObjects, Mac OS X, Human Interface, and Technical Publications. These labs will give WWDC attendees to opportunity to work directly with Apple technologies while having access to Apple engineers to answer questions. For more information regarding WWDC and to register, visit the WWDC Web site.

We are just two weeks away from the WWDC, so if you are thinking about attending, you need to register sooner, rather than later. You can find more information at the WWDC Web site.


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