Worldwide Apple Developers Conference 1989 (or DevCon '89) was a computer conference that was hosted by Apple Computer for its developers from May 9 to 12, 1989. It was Apple's 5th official developers conference, held for the first time at the newly-built San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California.[1][2]

Topics

System 7 was the main upcoming product discussed at DevCon '89, though it did not yet support pre-emptive multitasking,[1][3] which was planned as part of a future project which was rumored to be System 8.[4] Apple and DEC had scheduled a joint seminar about Communications Toolkit.[5]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 System 7.0 Software Is Change for Better by Don Crabb, InfoWorld, p.S19. 1989-08-07.
  2. Latest Apple operating system offers communications options by Susan Breidenbach and Laura DiDio, Network World, p.63. 1989-05-15.
  3. System 7.0 to Offer 32-bit Addressing, Virtual Memory by Ron Copeland, InfoWorld, p.1-8. 1989-05-15.
  4. "The Long and Winding Road", MacWorld, August 31, 2000
  5. Inside Lines ComputerWorld, p.138. 1989-04-10.

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