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