Apple has released the timetable for the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), set to run at the San Jose Conference Center, May 15-19.

Keynote speeches will be made by Steve Jobs and Avie Tevanian on the morning of Monday, May 15. This will be followed by a series of sessions detailing OS X, Java, Darwin, QuickTime, Open Source at Apple, Velocity Engine and Open GL.

On Tuesday vice president (VP) of sales Mitch Mandich, Phil Schiller (VP product marketing) and John Rubinstein (Chief engineer) will address the conference. Sessions feature topics on Cocoa, Carbon, QuickTime streaming, games, Web Objects and Processor Architecture.

Other featured topics during the week will include AppleScript, Mac OS 9 and FireWire. Attendees will also get a variety of workshops covering areas such as financing, international marketing and other business-related issues.

Only Apple Developer Connection members, which can be joined online for free, can register for the WWDC. Registration for the event costs $1,195 before April 15, and $1,395 after.