Apple lists WWDC 2009 Sessions and Labs

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Apr
07

By: switchtoamac at: 5:46 PM on April 7, 2009 | Comments (0)

Apple today has provided details about 80 Sessions and Labs for the 2009 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California.  The conference will take place from June 8 - 12 at Moscone West.
Apple engineers will conduct technical sessions and hands-on labs that will provide in-depth information about the upcoming Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Mac OS X Server Snow Leopard operating systems as well as iPhone OS 3.0.  Apple states the following:

"At the heart of your WWDC experience are technical sessions and hands-on labs presented by Apple engineers. Get in-depth information on the technologies that power iPhone OS, Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Mac OS X Server Snow Leopard, gain insight into new development techniques, and learn best practices on integrating features that will define your product's success."
The sessions and labs will be focused along the following areas:
  • Mac
  • iPhone
  • IT
Note the some sessions and labs can be applied multiple foci including:
  • iPhone, Mac
  • IT, Mac
  • iPhone, Mac, IT
Noteworthy titles:
  • 64-bit Kernel Lab
  • Apple Push Notification Service
  • Cut, Copy, Paste, and Undo on iPhone
  • Getting Started with Graphics for iPhone
  • Getting Started with Interface Builder
  • In App Purchase on iPhone
  • Peer to Peer Networking with Game Kit
  • User Interface Design for iPhone Apps
You can view the current list along with description for each session or lab at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2009 - Sessions & Labs page.  Apple has been known to expand the session and labs list in the weeks leading up to prior WWDC events.  The current list details 80 titles thus far, we expect that Apple will expand this list over the next few weeks.

The registration fee for the conference is $1,295 until April 24th, after which point the price increases to $1595. Current ADC Student Members and student Team Members can get lower pricing.  Check out the WWDC site for more details.

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