<img src=http://developer.apple.com/w...quot;"><br><br>Less than a year ago, Apple introduced Mac OS X Tiger to developers at WWDC 2004. With Tiger's amazing breakthrough technologies, hundreds of new APIs, and a suite of powerful development tools, WWDC attendees and the developer community as a whole received Tiger with great enthusiasm.<br><br>Since that time, Apple engineers have been hard at work making sure we deliver on our commitment of creating the ultimate platform for developer innovation. And now, at WWDC 2005, those same engineers—the architects and coders behind the creation of Tiger—can't wait to show you exactly how you can get the most from Tiger's innovations. <br><br>----<br>:)
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I see a typo in the guy in the beard's profile. It says 'Look for Bud on the blah, blah, blah...' and his name is Ted. Oh dear the foibles of copying and pasting and forgetting to change all the words.<br><br>
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