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Apple WWDC 2004 Conference Sessions

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WWDC_2004_Disc_1.cdr_.zip (4.08 GB)
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This DVD-ROM set contains digitized video of sessions from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2004 held June 27 – July 2 in San Francisco, California. Topics include all aspects of developing and deploying on the Mac platform--OS Foundations, Graphics and Media, Development Tools, Application Technologies, Hardware, Enterprise/IT, and QuickTime Digital Media--in addition to extensive coverage of Mac OS X v10.4 "Tiger."

WWDC 2004 Conference Sessions discs feature WWDC content in QuickTime Movie format, with audio available in English only. Slides from each presentation are included as PDF files.

DVD 1/2
General 000
Foundation 100-109
Graphics and Media 200-207
Graphics and Media 208-223

DVD 3/4
Development Tools 300-319
Application Technologies 400-419

DVD 5/6
Application Technologies 420-440
Hardware 500-504
Enterprise/IT 600-614

DVD 7/8
Enterprise/IT 615-636
Enterprise/IT 637-647
QuickTime Digital Media 700-704

DVD 9/10
QuickTime Digital Media 705-719
QuickTime Digital Media 720-734

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Compatibility

For best viewing, the following minimum configuration is recommended:
• Power Mac G4 or better
• 256 MB of RAM
• 300 MB of free space on hard disk drive
• Mac OS X v10.1 or later
• QuickTime 6.0 or later
• Preview or Adobe Reader to view presentations in PDF format

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by Jatoba - 2019, December 5 - 1:10am

Thanks for the willingness, @mrpippy. Currently, I'm creating the page and uploading all the DVDs that were in archive.org.

However, I lack anything else, like the covers or product description found in the back of the box set. Once the page is created (in a few days, hopefully), would it be possible for you to add those, in case you have the boxes and whatnot?

Incidentally, could you confirm whether or not the WWDC 2002 DVDs amount to 6 of them in total? What I'm uploading seems to be 6 dual-layer DVDs, which I found a bit unusual, considering later WWDCs (such as this one from 2004) all seem to have used single-layer DVDs (and thus a greater number of DVDs), except for just a few discs that were still dual-layer.

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by mrpippy - 2019, December 4 - 2:46am

I have a 2002 set, I can upload it (although probably not until next month)

Jatoba's picture
by Jatoba - 2019, December 2 - 10:58pm

I think I spoke too soon: https://archive.org/download/Wwdc2002DvdSet

Assuming this is it, it'd be nice to have this mirrored here in the Garden, as well. I'll try to get it done in a week or so, unless someone else would like to chime in.

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by Jatoba - 2019, December 2 - 10:40pm

Do we have WWDC 2002 of these somewhere? I can't find it anywhere online. Sad (And on YouTube, a bunch of people mistake Macworld 2002 with WWDC 2002 when uploading videos...)