Apple has finally added the session grids to the WWDC site for the upcoming World Wide Developer Conference. The conference will be held in May, and the company is again pushing Mac OS X to its developers. From Appleis Web site:
Join thousands of developers in San Jose May 6-10 at Appleis Worldwide Developers Conference where youill learn about the future of Mac OS X, Appleis new Unix-based operating system. Immerse yourself in Apple technologies during this information-packed, five day event. Discuss issues, share ideas, and solve problems with Apple engineers and your peers in a casual atmosphere.
Some of the sessions include:
- Mac OS X Development Tools Overview
- FireWire Overview 801
- Mac OS X Server Overview
- Java and Apple: State of the Union 300
- Introduction to Cocoa 802
- Mac OS X Server In-Depth
- User Interface Design Principles 700
- WebObjects: State of the Union 803
- Mac OS X Networking Overview 102
- Performance Optimization with Velocity Engine 200
- Making your Application Unicode Savvy
- Many, many more
You can see all of the sessions linked off of the WWDC home page. They are broken down by day, and each grid is color coded for ease of use. Apple is offering prizes and other incentives for early registration.