Apple, the world's largest Unix operating system developer, will host three seminar sessions at Linux Expo 2003 Paris, between February 4-6 in France.

Apple is pushing its message throughout the Unix and Linux community, reflecting Apple CEO Steve Jobs championing of Unix operating systems since he started NeXT Computers in the 1990s.

The seminars run on Wednesday, February 5 and focus on Mac OS X. They are on the following subjects:
10 am to 12pm: Mac OS X for the Linux Community;
1pm to 2:30pm: Mac OS X in Heterogeneous Environments;
3:30pm to 5:30pm: Mac OS X and Developer Tools.