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Mac OS X Innovators Update: Round 3

by Derrick Story
10/09/2003

The judging is over and winners have been notified in the third and final round of the Mac OS X Innovators Contest. The formal announcement will be made at the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference, on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2003.

A special presentation for Wednesday evening at the show will include past and current winners, and each honoree will provide a brief update about the status of his/her project. Then, after the updates, the entire panel will field questions from the audience about how to develop award-winning apps for the Mac.

So far, we have confirmations from:

  • Brent Simmons: First place, round one, NetNewsWire.
  • Robb Beal: Second place, round one, Spring.
  • Gus Mueller: First place, US category, round two, VoodooPad.
  • Rogue Amoeba Software: Second place, US Category, round two, Audio Hijack Pro. (Paul Kafasis and Quentin Carnicelli attending.)

Plus, we'll have the first and second place winners from both the US and the International categories from round three joining the special event. That means that there will be eight distinguished Mac developers all sitting on one panel, available for questions and comments from conference attendees.

After the presentations and panel discussion, ADC will host a reception in the hotel mezzanine with a variety of refreshments and munchies.

As with the previous rounds of the contest, we have a terrific lineup of new award winners with well-deserving applications. If you've already registered for the Mac OS X Conference, then be sure save 6 p.m. on your Wednesday calendar for this event. If you haven't registered yet, then you can do so right here.

Derrick Story is the author of The Photoshop CS4 Companion for Photographers, The Digital Photography Companion, and Digital Photography Hacks, and coauthor of iPhoto: The Missing Manual, with David Pogue. You can follow him on Twitter or visit www.thedigitalstory.com.


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