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April 12th, 2000

[5:00 PM] Apple Produces Worm To Lure In Mac Developers To Early Bird Workshops
by Staff

Apple has announced some Early Bird workshops for Mac developers at the WWDC. The workshops are free, but to attend, you have to be registered for the WWDC itself. According to Apple:

Apple has announced a series of WWDC Early Bird Workshops on Sunday, May 14. These hands-on workshops will be conducted by key Apple technology and developer support engineers.

Each of these in-depth sessions will run for 4 hours. Technical concepts will be presented and attendees will be able to implement the featured technologies at dedicated workstations. Developers may use sample code and tutorial materials provided by Apple, or use their own application code base. Apple's technical staff will be available to answer questions and help with coding issues.

There is no charge to attend any of the workshops, but you must be registered to attend WWDC. For complete workshop session information, visit the WWDC Web site, but hurry; space is very limited and registrations are issued on a first come, first served basis.

You can find more information at the WWDC Web site.


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