[Mac_crypto] Mac OS X and the Power Mac G5 Tech Talk Invitation

R. A. Hettinga mac_crypto@vmeng.com
Thu, 18 Mar 2004 00:33:45 -0500

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Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 18:17:09 -0800 (PST)
From: Apple Developer Connection <noreply@adc.apple.com>
To: rah@ibuc.com
Subject:   Mac OS X and the Power Mac G5 Tech Talk Invitation
Reply-To: Apple Developer Connection <noreply@adc.apple.com>


             Mac OS X and the Power Mac G5

                 Tech Talk Invitation

                Tuesday: 20 March, 2004

                Cambridge, Massachusetts


Dear Developer,

The Apple Developer Connection is pleased to invite you to a "Mac OS
X and the Power Mac G5" Tech Talk, Tuesday, April 20th at the
Harvard University Science Center.

This event is aimed at developers who want to better understand how
to port their code to Mac OS X and exploit the horsepower provided
by the Power Mac G5.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about the latest
technologies in Mac OS X and how to take advantage of them in your


During the Tech Talk, Apple technology evangelists will explore the
powerful technologies designed to take the Macintosh platform
through the next decade.

Agenda topics will include:

  - Mac OS X Panther Technology Update:
    A walk-through of the modular system architecture of Mac OS X,
    explaining the latest developments in each of the major
    component layers in the OS. The focus of this presentation is on
    porting existing code to Mac OS X.

  - The Power Mac G5 in Depth:
    A discussion of the new Power Mac G5, focusing on technical
    specifications, the PowerPC G5 architecture, and optimization
    techniques for achieving maximum performance.

  - Xcode Tools Overview:
    A walk-through of the Xcode IDE and Apple's suite of robust
    performance tools that ship with every Power Mac G5.

Mac OS X and the Power Mac G5 Tech Talk
Cambridge, MA

Tuesday, April 20, 2004
5:30pm Registration
6:00pm-9:00pm Presentations

Harvard University Science Center
Lecture Hall A, 1 Oxford Street
Cambridge, MA.

There is no enrollment fee required for participation in this
Tech Talk. You must assume your own travel and hotel expenses.

Seating is limited and registration is taken on a first-come,
first-served basis. We expect this Tech Talk to be very popular, so
we encourage you to reserve your space immediately by filling out
the registration information at

Upon receipt of your reservation, if space is available you will
receive a confirmation email with further details and lodging
options. You are not guaranteed a place without this confirmation.
If you have any questions, please contact us at <techtalk@apple.com>.

We look forward to seeing you at the Tech Talk!

Best regards,

Apple Developer Connection

You are receiving this invitation because you are an ADC Member who
has agreed to receive Technical or Marketing information from the
Apple Developer Connection. Your information has not been shared
with any third parties.

Questions about your ADC membership? Please contact us at

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R. A. Hettinga <mailto: rah@ibuc.com>
The Internet Bearer Underwriting Corporation <http://www.ibuc.com/>
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