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Worldwide Developers Conference 2002
WWDC 2002 Sessions on ADC TV - Unix

Explore Darwin -- the UNIX-based, open source core of Mac OS X -- including the Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS), security and authentication using Kerberos, and the best techniques for porting UNIX-based applications. In addition, learn how to tie your software into Apple's open directory architecture, how to take advantage of high availability services, and how to write software that can be installed and managed remotely.

Click on any title below to view a description of that session. You may also view a complete list of all sessions available via QuickTime Stream on ADC TV and DVD-ROM.


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Session Titles
001 - User Experience: Interface Design Principles
002 - User Experience: Adopting Aqua
009 - Accessibility Overview
100 - The Darwin Roadmap
103 - Open Source, Apple, and You
104 - Mac OS X Overview for UNIX Developers
105 - Porting UNIX Apps to Mac OS X
107 - The Darwin Kernel
108 - Managing Kernel Extensions
109 - Darwin Printing
110 - Security: Authorization in Mac OS X
801 - Mac OS X Server Overview
802 - Mac OS X Server In-Depth
814 - Kerberos in Mac OS X
900 - Mac OS X Development Tools Overview
901 - Command Line Development Tools
904 - Using Interface Builder



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