Appleis 2006 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) will offer more than 130 different presentation and hands-on sessions, as well as several hands-on labs. The presentations will cover AppleScript, Automator, Java debugging, upcoming features in Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5), and more. In the hands-on sessions, the topics include building complex user interfaces, working with Quartz Composer, advanced widget development, and more. The hands-on lab sessions offer attendees one-on-one assistance from Apple engineers with Universal Binary development, scripting, HIToolbox, and more.
The WWDC runs from August 7 through August 11 in San Francisco. Additional information about the event is available at the Apple Web site.