Apple offers Mac OS X 10.5 ‘Leopard Tech Talks’

Apple is offering live, in-depth presentations, demonstrations and Q&A sessions about Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Leopard Tech Talks are an ideal way to explore the techology behind exciting new features in the next major release of Mac OS X. Perfect for commercial developers, in-house developers, scripters, and web developers, Tech Talks provide essential information to help plan your Leopard development now.

Apple’s Leopard Tech Talks are free for ADC Members: Take advantage of this ADC member benefit and register for a Leopard Tech Talk. If you are not currently an ADC member, sign up for a free ADC Online membership now, and register for a Tech Talk today.

Tech Talks will kick off in North America on December 1, and offer a full day of sessions packed with technological insight and previews into the latest Leopard developments:

Places and Dates:
• San Francisco, CA: December 1
• Portland, OR: December 6
• Seattle, WA: December 8
• Chicago, IL: December 13
• Toronto, ON, Canada: December 15
• Los Angeles, CA: January 19
• Boston, MA: January 22
• New York, NY: January 24
• Atlanta, GA: January 26

More information here.

17 Comments

  1. Maybe Ballmer can show up at the Seattle, WA gathering to throw… err, I mean set up chairs.
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    That one is for Ampar. Missing his commentary of late…

  2. I can’t WAIT for Leopard.

    Hey Steve Jobs, just to let you know there’s £89 in my bank account with your name written all over it, just say the word, release the Leopard and it’s all yours!!!

  3. A presentation in Seattle? Let it never be said that Apple fears the Redmond behemoth.

    Now, Microsoft must fear something. So the real question is: Who or what is Microsoft’s Sasquatch?

    Isn’t that the creature’s own backyard? Hmmm . . .

  4. Microsoft is in Redmond, on the other side of a large lake from Seattle, so Seattle is not their “backyard”. On an average day in Seattle, you see far more iPod billboards, and buses entirely covered with iPod ads than anything else from Microsoft.

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