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Programming Cocoa with Perl
Dan Sugalski, The Perl Foundation

Track: Mac OS X Tutorials
Date: Monday, September 30
Time: 1:30pm - 5:15pm
Location: Bayshore

Cocoa and Perl work well together, in ways Java folks can only imagine. This tutorial covers the basics of writing a Cocoa application in Perl, including the use of the Interface Builder to build the interface, Project Builder to build and manage the project, and the fundamental concepts that underlie Cocoa.

Cocoa itself has a huge amount of documentation, nearly 3000 pages in the Foundation and AppKit class references alone. This tutorial provides the concepts and skills needed to effectively use the documentation and development tools that are available.

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