Apple WWDC to pack over 100 sessions on LeopardApple on Tuesday offered a preview of conference sessions for its upcoming World Wide Developer Conference, revealing an agenda focused entirely on its upcoming Leopard operating system.
"With over 100 sessions devoted to Mac OS X Leopard technologies, spanning six technology tracks, and personal access to the engineers behind them, WWDC will be a critical stop for any developer on the road to a killer Leopard application," the company wrote on its developer website.
Among the six session tracks is one titled "Leopard Innovations," where developers will learn how to harness the power of upcoming Leopard technologies such as Core Animation, iChat Theater and QuickLook.
Another session on developer tools will teach methods for streamlining workflow and becoming more productive with new features due in the forthcoming release Apple's Xcode development environment. Tracks in the development session will also cover code optimization with tools like Apple's new Xray application and DTrace.
Other sessions slated for the developer conference include "Mac OS X Essentials," "Information Technologies," "Graphics and Imaging," and "Content and Media."
WWDC will be held at Moscone Center West in San Francisco, California. It runs from June 11-15, 2007.
Apple has maintained that it will ship Mac OS X Leopard during the Spring.
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