[Talk] FREE Apple Developer Seminar

Tess Collins tcollins at asia.apple.com
Tue Mar 4 17:27:23 EST 2003

Dear AUUG 'talk' list folks,

It was suggested that the 'talk' list is a bit quiet of late....so here is a
piece of news for you just to liven things up.

Hope you may be able to join us at one of the Seminars listed below to come
as here from one of your associates in the Unix world talk about Unix
development on a Mac.

Tess Collins 
Partnership Manager, Australia-NZ
Worldwide Developer Relations

ph:        +61 2 9641 8114
fax :      +61 2 9641 8160
email:    tcollins at asia.apple.com
web:      www.apple.com/developer

     Explore the next generation of technology innovation from Apple.
           Worldwide Developers Conference 2003, May 19-23.
               Visit http://developer.apple.com/wwdc


FREE Apple Developer Seminar

Whether you develop using Carbon, Cocoa, Java or one of the BSD kernel-level
toolkits, Apple's Mac OS X Developer Tools help you create applications that
take advantage of Mac OS X's latest features. Phillip Dempster from Apple
Australia and Victor Wodecki our guest presenter from Tellurian, will
introduce the newest features of the Apple tools and introduce developers to
some of the methods to exploit this rich tool set to create compelling Mac
OS X products. 

This seminar will also provide information on the tracks and special events
to be held at this years Apple World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC 2003).
WWDC 2003 offers an expanded agenda that will help you make the most out of
Apple's innovative technologies and the robust and flexible Mac OS X
platform. WWDC is your opportunity to meet fellow developers and benefit
from the rapidly growing Mac OS X community, to network and learn the things
you can only learn talking face-to-face with your peers and Apple's
technical architects and engineers. Come along and find out more about the
new expanded agenda for 2003!


Evening seminars (6-8:30pm) will be held in the following cities:

17 March - Perth 

19 March - Adelaide

20 March - Melbourne

24 March - Sydney 

25 March - Brisbane

26 March - Auckland, NZ

27 March - Dunedin, NZ

For more information and to register go to,


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