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Apple WWDC 2001 Conference Sessions

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This DVD-ROM set contains digitized video of sessions from Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference held May 21 - 25, 2001 in San Jose, California. Sessions are presented in QuickTime video format, and can be accessed through the "[ start here ]" icon, or through the "Sessions" folder in the Finder.
QuickTime installers for both Macintosh and Windows are included in this set. Sessions may be viewed through the ADC TV interface, or through the QuickTime Player. Use the QuickTime Player to view sessions at QuickTime Player's Normal Size, Double Size, or Fill Screen setting.
WWDC 2001 Conference Sessions DVDs also include PDFs of the presentation slides. Presentation PDFs are located in the "Presentations (PDF)" folder, and are noted by session number. Adobe Acrobat Reader installers for both Macintosh and Windows are included.

Disk 1

100 -- Mac OS X Update
101 -- Frameworks Overview
102 -- Cocoa Overview
103 -- Darwin: The Foundation of Mac OS X
104 -- I/O Kit Update
105 -- Graphics & Imaging Overview
106 -- Carbon Event Manager
107 -- 2D Graphics Using Quartz
108 -- PDF, Quartz, and Mac OS X
109 -- Graphics for Games
110 -- Drawing Unicode Text for ATSUI
111 -- Make it Aqua: Adopt the Mac OS X User Experience
112 -- Carbon: Windows & Menus
113 -- Text on Mac OS X
114 -- Application Packaging and Document Binding

Disk 2

115 -- Open Source at Apple
116 -- Mac OS X File System
117 -- Image Capture Framework
118 -- ColorSync
119 -- Carbon Controls & Appearance I
120 -- Carbon Controls & Appearance II
121 -- Carbon Performance Tuning
122 -- Using Cocoa
123 -- Advanced Cocoa Topics
124 -- Printing
125 -- Apple Help
127 -- Speech Recognition & Synthesis In-Depth
128 -- Font Management on Mac OS X
129 -- Mac OS X Application Localization
130 -- Designing & Using Aqua Icons
131 -- CarbonLib: Carbon on Mac OS 8 & 9

Disk 3

132 -- Graphics & Imaging Tips and Tricks
133 -- AppleScript Overview
134 -- Building AppleScript Applications
135 -- Input for Games
136 -- Sound & Networking for Games
137 -- Mac OS X Documentation How-To
138 -- CoreFoundation Overview
139 -- Leveraging BSD Services in Mac OS X
140 -- The Darwin Kernel
201 -- How Threading Can Benefit Your Application on Mac OS X
202 -- FireWire Overview
203 -- USB Overview
204 -- I/O Kit: Storage Drivers
205 -- I/O Kit: PCI Drivers & Open Firmware
206 -- FireWire In-Depth

Disk 4

207 -- USB In-Depth
208 -- Audio Services in Mac OS X
209 -- Audio Processing & Sequencing Services
210 -- MIDI in Mac OS X
300 -- Networking Overview
301 -- Mac OS X Server
302 -- Directory Services
303 -- Networking Configuration & Mobility
304 -- Extensible Kernel Networking Services
305 -- Security Overview
306 -- Security: Authorization API
307 -- Security Keychain
308 -- Network Services Location
310 -- Security: Kerberos
311 -- Web Enabling Your Application
400 -- QuickTime Overview
401 -- Interactive Aspects of QuickTime

Disk 5

402 -- QuickTime for Professional Video
403 -- Broadcasting Live with QuickTime Streaming
404 -- OpenGL: High Performance 2D
405 -- OpenGL: Geometry and Modeling
406 -- QuickTime and Darwin Streaming Server Overview
407 -- Customizing QuickTime and Darwin Streaming Server
408 -- OpenGL: Optimization
409 -- OpenGL: Advanced Rendering
500 -- Java Overview
501 -- Java Virtual Machine 502 -- Wrapping Mac OS APIs into Java Beans
503 -- Java Development Tools
504 -- Java Performance
505 -- JBuilder
506 -- Mac OS X Features for Java Applications
507 -- QuickTime for Java

Disk 6

508 -- Java Graphics
509 -- Java Security
600 -- WebObjects: State of the Union
601 -- WebObjects Technical Overview
603 -- Introduction to WebObjects Tools
604 -- Introduction to Enterprise Objects Framework (EOF)
605 -- Moving to WebObjects 5
606 -- Direct to Java Client
608 -- Solutions with WebObjects
609 -- Developing Desktop Applications with WebObjects
610 -- Introduction to Data Modeling and Connectivity
611 -- Deploying WebObjects Applications
612 -- Direct to Web
613 -- Advanced Enterprise Objects Framework (EOF)

Disk 7

614 -- Advanced Java Client
616 -- Getting the Most Out of WebObjects Tools
617 -- WebObjects Security
618 -- Optimizing WebObjects Applications
700 -- Mac OS X Tools Overview
701 -- Project Builder Introduction
702 -- Interface Builder
703 -- Project Builder In-Depth
704 -- Compiler Technologies
705 -- Apple Performance Tools
706 -- Debugging on Mac OS X
707 -- Darwin Documentation Project and HeaderDoc
708 -- C++ Frameworks for Mac OS X

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Compatibility

For best viewing, the following configuration is recommended: PowerMac, 256 MB of RAM, 300 MB of free space on hard disk drive, Mac OS 9.1 or later, QuickTime 5.0 or later.

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by Ataru29 - 2019, August 7 - 12:24pm

Is there a summary of the discs content somewhere?
EDIT: Thanks to Mrpippy for the summary!