Steve Jobs Confirmed as Keynote Speaker for WWDC 2006

Today Apple confirmed that CEO Steve Jobs will be performing the keynote address at Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference 2006. The executives will show developers a world-first preview of Mac OS X "Leopard" during the keynote, which takes place on August 7 at 10am (Pacific Time).

This year, Jobs will be joined by Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide product marketing; Bertrand Serlet, senior vice president of software engineering; and Scott Forstall, vice president of platform experience.

The five-day event, which runs from August 7 to August 11, will deliver more than 175 technical sessions and labs with new content designed to serve a wide range of Mac developers, including tracks that preview Leopard and dozens of hands-on labs providing opportunities to work developer-to-developer with Apple engineers.

Other activities at Apple's WWDC 2006 will include: presentation sessions led by engineers and experts; hands-on sessions; technology specific labs and special events and activities including the opening night's Apple Developer Connection Reception, Apple Design Awards, Stump the Experts and Late Night Labs.

WWDC 2006 attendance costs $1,595 per attendee, with a $300 Early Registration Discount that has been extended through July 7.

News source: Macworld UK

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