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Apple Offers Free Pre-WWDC Conferences, Posts Schedule

Apple Offers Free Pre-WWDC Conferences, Posts Schedule

by , 4:00 PM EDT, April 21st, 2004

Apple has updated the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) Web site with new information on the conferences to be held at the event. The WWDC is Apple's annual gathering for developers where the company offers training and exposure to the latest Mac developer tools and technologies. The company has posted a preliminary conference schedule, a schedule of evening events, as well as information on some free pre-WWDC conferences that will be offered the Sunday before the event begins. From Apple:

Start Making Your Plans
Begin planning your WWDC experience today. Check out the preliminary conference schedule to get a head start on what you'll want to attend when. You should also take a look at the full slate of evening events we have planned. Finally, be sure to sign up for one of the free pre-conference workshops scheduled for Sunday -- space is limited, and these valuable bonus sessions are always popular.

The WWDC will be held from June 28th to July 2nd, so stop by the WWDC Web site for more information.

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