Apple releases WWDC 2007 agenda; 100 sessions and labs planned

Details are now available on more than 100 sessions and labs planned for Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2007 scheduled for June 11-15 in San Francisco. Packed with in-depth information, expert guidance from Apple engineers, and hands-on learning, this year’s conference is all about helping you take full advantage of the exciting new possibilities of Mac OS X Leopard.

• Presentation sessions: Get the technical information you need to take advantage of the new technologies in Leopard.
• Hands-on sessions: Bring your laptop to code along in practical “how-to” sessions with Apple engineers.
• Hands-on labs: Work one-on-one with Apple engineers to refine your code and answer your questions.

Check out the sessions on the WWDC website here.


  1. A few cool sessions on something new called “Podcast Producer” – seems to be tied to Leopard Server, but could be cool.

    Didn’t see any multi-touch stuff, sorry. Still, I bet it will be covered in the keynote, if only tangentially.

  2. Yea I guess I’m not buying any toys from Apple until summer.

    Lepoard and Octo-core Mac Pro’s, iPhones and iTV’s. BlueRay and new video games.

    It all comes together, then I will know what’s up.

    Right now I’ll enjoy my PS3 and Razor.

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