“This conference will be the most important event of the year for Mac OS X developer and marketers,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We’re planning for the biggest and best developer conference in Apple’s history.”
WWDC will feature technical tracks on: Mac® OS X (Darwin, Cocoa, Quartz, Carbon and Aqua); Digital Media (QuickTime™, OpenGL and Java); Networking and Security (IPv6 and 802.11); Hardware (iMac™, iBook™, PowerBook®, Power Mac™ G4 with Velocity Engine™, AirPort™, USB and FireWire®), and Tools (WebObjects®, Velocity Engine performance and optimization).
Developers worldwide can register for the conference at www.apple.com/developer/wwdc2000. The cost of the five-day conference is US$1,195 per attendee who pre-registers by April 15, or US$1,395 thereafter. Additional discounts are available for Apple Developer Connection (ADC) Premier and ADC Select members.
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