The Apple Independent Software Developers Conference, also just called 1983 Developers' Conference, was a computer conference and event that was hosted by Apple Computer from August 8 to 11, 1983 at Monterey, California.
New CEO John Sculley stated that Apple's goal was to pursue being the best over market share. Tim Gill of Quark demonstrated Catalyst, a Macintosh-style GUI for the Apple II series that competed with MouseDesk. The last day, August 11, was devoted to the Lisa.
- Apple T-shirts: A Yearbook of History at Apple Computer by Gordon Thygeson, p.5. Pomo Publishing. 1997.
- Apple’s Independent Software Developer's Conference by Don Norris, Apple Orchard p.10-11. 1983-10.
- Apple Worldwide Developers Conference: 1980s at Wikipedia