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MacWorld Expo AppleScript Session AnnouncedAppleScript - Getting Started in About an Hour (June 29, 2004)
An "AppleScript - Getting Started in About an Hour" session will be held at MacWorld Expo in Boston on Thursday, July 15th, 2004 from 9:00 - 10:15 AM. This session will feature Benjamin S. Waldie, President of Automated Workflows, LLC, and will be open to all registered Pro Conference attendees.
AppleScript is commonly referred to as "programming for the rest of us", and this session aims to prove this statement to be true. In about an hour, we will dive right into scripting, dissect the anatomy of a script, and take a look at some basics. You will learn how to write a few short scripts that will perform fundamental tasks and begin saving you time on a daily basis. You will also see some demonstrations of more advanced AppleScripts in action, and we will get you moving in the right direction with a listing of next steps and resources for learning AppleScript. This session is geared toward any Macintosh user who is looking to learn AppleScript programming and become more efficient. By the end of the session, you will have written your first AppleScript and be prepared to begin exploring the amazing technology of AppleScript in greater depth.
For additional information about this session, please visit the MacWorld website http://www.macworldexpo.com/live/20/events/20BOS04A/conference/tracksessions/Extending+OS+X+%26+Platform+Differentiators/QMONYA048D2D or Automated Workflows' website (www.automatedworkflows.com).
About Benjamin Waldie
Benjamin Waldie is president and CEO of Automated Workflows, LLC, a firm specializing in AppleScript and workflow automation consulting. For years, Benjamin has developed professional AppleScript-based solutions for businesses across the globe, including TV Guide Magazine, Adobe Systems, and The Associated Press. In the past, Benjamin has presented at various seminars and events, including Macworld and Seybold Seminars. In addition, Benjamin has taught custom AppleScript training classes, and authored an AppleScript training CD for The Virtual Training Company. Benjamin is a contributing editor on the MacScripter.net web site, and is president of The Philadelphia Area AppleScript Users Group.
About Automated Workflows
Automated Workflows' mission is to enhance essential workflows of business professionals across the globe by developing powerful, effective, and efficient solutions designed to ensure consistency and accuracy while reducing redundancy and expenditure.
For additional information, visit Automated Workflows' website www.automatedworkflows.com.
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