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Everybody, We're having a USB Workshop next month! This is an excellent opportunity to work directly with Apple's USB & WWDR engineers to get your tough technical questions answered. We'll do a presentation on the first day, spending the rest of the workshop working directly with you. We highly recommend that you bring your device and driver/app sources to get the most out of this event! http://adckitchen.apple.com/?Event=USBWorkshop111903 Best regards, Craig Keithley -- Craig Keithley I/O & Security Technology Evangelist Tel: 408 974-7423 Worldwide Developer Relations Fax: 408 253-9252 Apple Email: email@hidden 3 Infinite Loop, MS:303-2TE Cupertino, CA 95014 *************************************************************************** Dear Developer, The Apple Developer Connection is pleased to invite you to a developer workshop on USB from Wednesday, November 19 through Friday, November 21 at the Apple campus in Cupertino. Attend this workshop to learn about developing applications and drivers to support hi-speed USB 2.0 devices. This a great opportunity to work with experts and get your latest devices working with Mac OS X. ------------------------------ WORKSHOP STRUCTURE AND CONTENT ------------------------------ This workshop will begin Wednesday morning with a presentation about USB, followed by Q&A and discussion. Thursday and Friday will be spent working on your own code and devices with Apple engineers. You will spend Thursday and Friday working on your own code and devices. Apple engineers will be on hand to assist with implementation, discuss conformance test issues and answer questions. ------------------------------ ADVANCE PREPARATION ------------------------------ In order to attend this workshop you must: 1. Bring the USB device(s) that you wish to support. It is strongly recommended that you bring all existing source code for the driver or application, even if the source code is for a Windows- based solution. 2. Identify three areas in your application where you want to see Dperformance improved. 3. List the technical issues you will work on during the week, and any other goals you may have for this workshop. 4. Be a registered member of the Apple Developer Connection. Developers should also be familiar with the USB Family & USB User Client in Mac OS X. Apple will provide a desktop computer for your use during the workshop, however we encourage you to bring your own portable computer for email and other tasks. ------------------------------ RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY ------------------------------ There is no enrollment fee required for participation in this workshop. You must assume your own travel and hotel expenses. For the duration of the workshop, Apple will provide you with meals, refreshments, technical presentations, hands-on technical assistance, and a development system. Seating is limited and registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. We expect this workshop to be very popular, so we strongly encourage you to reserve your space immediately by completing the registration form. http://adckitchen.apple.com/ _______________________________________________ usb mailing list | email@hidden Help/Unsubscribe/Archives: http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/usb Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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