Apple is continuing to step up the attractions for the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), and this time the company is courting Enterprise developers. Apple has traditionally not had much of a foothold in Enterprise, but with the addition of Xserve, Xserve RAID, and recent versions of Mac OS X Server, Apple is clearly ready to change that. From the new Enterprise section of the WWDCis site:
At Appleis Worldwide Developer Conference 2003, youill find many sessions designed specifically for enterprise developers, system administrators, and IT managers. These sessions provide in-depth information and expert guidance on developing, deploying, and managing enterprise applications. Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, and Xserve technologies are covered along with how to fully leverage the open source and open standards approach on which they are based. Among the many other topics addressed are Java, WebObjects, Directory Services, and system integration. Come get detailed information from Apple engineers that cannot be found anywhere else!
Appleis server and storage products have extended Appleis tradition of delivering cost-effective, easy-to-use solutions from the desktop to the datacenter in enterprises, school systems, and small businesses. And WWDC 2003 is the best place to learn how to bring it all together.
Check out the WWDC Web site for more information.