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WWDC 2007 session videos go online

updated 09:10 am EST, Thu January 10, 2008

WWDC '07 dev videos online

Though its Developer Connection sub-site, Apple is now selling a new video bundle intended for IT developers. The collection gathers together recordings of over 100 sessions from last year's WWDC conference, and addresses topics such as exploiting the new features of Mac OS X Leopard Server, implementing "best practices" in web or network administration, and designing, coding and testing IT projects. The videos also deal with meshing the Mac with other platforms; this includes deploying Mac clients on Microsoft Active Directory networks, or racking Mac servers alongside various other types.

The videos are only available to members of the Developer Connection, and cost $500 in total. Once shoppers buy access to the collection, they are sent e-mail with information on how to obtain their purchase through iTunes. They then have 90 days to download all the videos, which can be watched on a computer or synched with iPods and iPhones.




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  1. jstephe

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    WOW what a markup!

    Last year Apple put a number of the video's from the 2006 Developers conference on iTunes as pod casts FREE!!! Now they want $499.00 WTF how about $2.99 Each for the ones we want I might be interested in that I don't expect every thing free but WOW.

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