If you’ve got a spare US$1495 you might be interested in registering to attend the FileMaker Developers’ Conference 2009 on Thursday, August 13 – Sunday, August 16, 2009 at the San Francisco Hilton. Registration includes a free copy of FileMaker 10 Advanced, valued at US$499.
…this is for fighting, this is for fun.
Newsweek reports that the US Army are using iPod Touches and some iPhones for translation and other purposes. They’re cheap, rugged and many recruits are already familiar with using them.
Could be quite interesting if integrated with DARPA’s locationally aware wiki TIGR.
Not sure if the users get to upload their own content onto them though.
If you haven’t registered for WWDC, early bird registration (save $300) has been extended until May 9th. Possibly as a sign they haven’t got enough people registered as going to WWDC yet? Always nice if they can announce record attendance figures 🙂
If you want to apply for an Apple University Consortium WWDC scholarship, today is the last day.
Apple have released their “Find Out How” Mac OS X video tutorial site, currently featuring “Anatomy of a Mac”, “Move to Mac”, “Windows on a Mac”.