Just made my airline reservations to go to WWDC 2005. I’m pretty excited about this year’s conference with Tiger finally making it out the door pretty soon now. Last year they introduced the 2.5Ghz G5s and the new line of Cinema displays (both of which are sitting on my desk :-))…wonder what this year has in store. G5 Powerbooks would be nice, but I’m not betting on it.
As far as sessions that will be cool to go to… I’m excited about the Core Data sessions. Core Data is going to be a really nice addition to the OS, and last years session just touched on it briefly. It will be nice to learn some more advanced information about how it’s implemented, and how they are planning to allow migrating to new versions of software with database modeling changes. I would also like to go to a couple of Web Kit sessions since Seasonality is really an online application and the possibility of having features implemented through Web Kit in the future is pretty good. Finally, I want to learn more about Automator/AppleScript, gcc 4, and I wouldn’t mind going to the “What’s New with File System” session to learn how to use the ACLs in Tiger.
Buzz is putting together another Weblogger Dinner this year. Last year’s dinner was a lot of fun, and I’m sure this year will be the same.
Anyway, if you’re planning to go and want to meet up, let me know.