Apple has posted details on the "Hands-on Labs" for the 2005 World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC). The WWDC takes place from June 6-10 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. The Hands-on Labs offer direct training with Apple engineers in specific area of Mac development.
"The hands-on labs provide powerful opportunities to work one-on-one with Apple engineers to get your problems solved and your questions answered," the company said on the WWDC site. "Bring your laptop and consult directly with the Apple engineering teams that created Mac OS X."
All of the labs are listed below:
- .Mac SDK
- 64-bit Development
- Apple Help and Help Viewer
- AppleScript Studio
- Cocoa "Tiger Makeover"
- Core Data
- Creating Quartz Composer Compositions
- Develop, Debug, and Deploy Java Solutions on Mac OS X Tiger
- Developing Image Units
- Installation and Installer Packages
- Kernel Extensions
- Maximizing Java Performance
- Maximizing Mac OS X OpenGL
- Networking APIs
- Transitioning from QuickDraw
- Using Apple Remote Desktop
- Using Directory Services
- Using HPC: InfiniBand Cluster
- Using Mac OS X Tiger Server
- Using Mac Servers in Heterogeneous Network
- Using Xgrid
- Using Xsan
- Web Kit and Safari
- WebObjects Development
- Writing File Systems Using Supported KPIs
You can find descriptions of each of the labs at the WWDC Web site, where you can also register to attend the event.