Apple has published extensive details regarding over 130 sessions to be held at its Worldwide Developers Conference in August (7-11).
The company is promising to offer developers access to Apple's own engineering teams, who will offer in-depth advice and tuition.
The 130 sessions cover the gamut of Apple technologies: from WebKit integration to AppleScript, Remote Desktop to multimedia, in-depth analyses of application building in QTKit to Cocoa and much more.
WWDC 2006 is the place to go if you are, or you hope to become, a Mac developer.
The company is presently offering a discount to attend the San Francisco show to developers who register early, saving $300 on the $1,595 ticket price if they book before June 23.
Apple intends releasing more details about WWDC in the coming weeks, it said.