[ucc] Fwd: [AUC-News] AUC offers Xcode Workshops & iPod (video) Seeding
shay at cygnus.uwa.edu.au
Tue Nov 15 10:31:43 WST 2005
In case you want to get a trip to Brisbane to find out more about XCode...
>- AUC offers Xcode Workshops
>The AUC is pleased to announce it is offering each member University a
>subsidised place at one of the AUC Xcode Workshop to be held in Brisbane,
>Sydney and Melbourne on the 5th, 8th and 13th of December respectively.
>Xcode is Apple's Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that provides
>developers with the ability to write applications for a number of diverse
>programming languages and environments. Xcode integrates extremely well with
>a number of languages and cross compilers, provides excellent object based
>techniques for designing interfaces and modeling data, integrates with a
>number of source control systems and provides an excellent debugging
>infrastructure. The environment in intuitive yet extremely powerful.
>The workshop aims to teach Xcode using the software development process as
>the setting. To do this participants will be guided through Xcode using mock
>projects that require them to design, implement and test. The one day
>workshop to be held in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne will provide insight
>into Xcode and how it can be used to develop and deploy Mac OS X
>For more information please visit:
>- AUC offers new iPod's for Seeding
>The AUC has purchased 6 of the new iPods that play video to enable member
>Universities to explore the use of these devices for teaching, learning and
>research purposes. The iPods along with associated accessories are available
>for short term (max 2 weeks) loan to staff of member Universities.
>Each iPod Kit contains; iPod (video) 60GB, USB Cable, AC Power Adapter,
>Dock, AV Cable, Camera Connector, Dock Remote Control and more...
>For more information on how to arrange a loan period please visit:
>- Developer Transition Kit Centres available for Intel Code Testing
>A reminder that AUC has established as part of its resources a number of
>Universities hosting Apple's Developer Transition Kits (DTK's). These DTK
>Centres are available for AUC Member University Staff and Students to use to
>make sure their code is ready for the move to Intel processors in the coming
>months. We encourage all developers to create Universal Binaries of their
>applications so they can run on both PowerPC and Intel based Macs.
>For more information about the Developer Transition Kit Centres and how to
>access them please visit here:
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