January 6, 2009 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Montreal, Canada - MacTI and the WebObjects Community Association are happy to announce the release of the recordings of WOWODC 2008, our annual event about WebObjects, Apple's best kept secret. The package includes all sessions from WOWODC 2008, and as a bonus it also includes the DirectToWeb session from WOWODC 2007, for over 14 hours of content for anyone who wants to augment their skills with WebObjects. Learn about:
* Using third party frameworks such as Project Wonder, Houdah Frameworks, Wirehose and LEWOStuff
* Building Web 2.0 applications with WebObjects and Ajax and Adobe Flex
* Creating a Java desktop application that uses EOF, WebObjects's powerful framework for data access
* Best pratices
* How to use various WebObjects tools, including WOLips, Shark, Eclipse and JProfiler
* How to unleash the power of DirectToWeb
Many thanks to everyone who made this possible:
* The speakers for the excellent content
* Our guests at the event
* BoxOffice Tickets for the event registration handling
* HumanIT and Boris Herman for their help to fix the audio of the recording
* Johan Henselman for the wireless microphones
* OS communications informatiques for hosting the community Web site and their help on the event
* Apple for the leasing of a MacBook Pro
* Survs for hosting our satisfaction survey
All sessions are released as QuickTime files that can be viewed on both a computer and an iPhone or iPod touch.
Up to January 31th 2009, the complete package is available at $150 USD ($175 CAD for Canadians). Go to the WOWODC 2008 Web site to register and to buy the package. A preview of each session is also available on WOWODC's Web site.
The WebObjects Community Association was founded in 2007 to serve as an organizational structure and single point of contact with Apple to influence and support the continued development of WebObjects. With a focus on support and motivation, the WO Community's goal is to market WebObjects and member services in ways in which Apple is not willing and/or capable of doing. Copyright 2007-2008 WebObjects Community Association. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and WebObjects are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.