[R-SIG-Mac]Apple presentations: "unix on the desktop"

Don MacQueen macq@llnl.gov
Wed, 19 Jun 2002 07:49:27 -0700

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                       Monday 24 June: London, UK
                    Wednesday 26 June: Paris, FRANCE
                     Friday 28 June: Berlin, GERMANY


Dear Developer,

The Apple Developer Connection is pleased to invite developers who
are new to Mac OS X to attend one of our Mac OS X Tech Talks in
London, Paris, or Berlin this month.

These free, half-day briefings will provide an overview of the Unix
underpinnings of Mac OS X for developers and IT professionals.
An array of topics will be covered, including:

  * Mac OS X System Architecture - Explore the structure of Mac OS X
    and the range of development and deployment options it offers.

  * Mac OS X Unix Essentials - Review all the familiar UNIX-based
    tools, libraries, and applications that ship with the operating

  * Porting UNIX-based Applications to Mac OS X - Learn how quickly
    you can port a UNIX-based application to Mac OS X.

  * Networking with Mac OS X - Discover how easy it is to integrate
    Mac OS X client and server products into heterogeneous networks.

Monday 24 June 2002
Mac OS X Tech Talk - London, UK
Time: 13:00 to 18:00
Location: Radisson/SAS Portman

Wednesday 26 June 2002
Mac OS X Tech Talk - Paris, FRANCE
Time: 13:00 to 18:00
Location: Cite Internationale Universitaire

Friday 28 June 2002
Mac OS X Tech Talk - Berlin, GERMANY
Time: 13:00 to 18:00
Location: Hotel Intercontinental

Mac OS X offers developers and IT professionals the best of both
worlds. Don't miss this opportunity to discover for yourself how
compelling the simplicity of Macintosh combined with the power of
UNIX can be.

Seating is limited so please reserve your place soon using the form
located at <http://techtalk.apple.com/>.

If you're new to Mac OS X and would like to learn more before
attending a briefing, visit the following URLs:


If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at
<mailto:techtalk@apple.com>. We look forward to meeting you this


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