For Immediate Release
April 26, 2000
Metrowerks to Participate in WWDC Sessions

What and When:
Metrowerks has confirmed that it will participate in three track sessions
at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2000, as well as host its own
session. The sessions are:

“Moving to Mac OS X with CodeWarrior”
May 16, 2000
Speaker: Berardino Baratta, Vice President of Engineering, Metrowerks This
session will demonstrate how the next release of CodeWarrior will allow
developers to work with Classic Mac OS and Mac OS X, and will provide a
sneak peek at the future direction of CodeWarrior tools for the Mac.
(Hosted by Apple.)

“CodeWarrior is now rated X”
May 17, 2000
Speaker and emcee: Tim Freehill, Director of Desktop Products, Metrowerks
Attendees will experience a full demonstration of the upcoming release of
CodeWarrior for Mac Version 6.0. Refreshments will be served, a prize will
be given away, and the Metrowerks engineering and management team will be
on-hand to discuss the product and answer questions. (Hosted by Metrowerks.)

“Tuning for Velocity Engine and MP (Multiple Processor)” May 18, 2000
Speakers: Bob Campbell, Software Engineer, and Ken Ryall, Debugger Lead
Engineer, Metrowerks
Attendees will learn how to use CodeWarrior to take advantage of the
Velocity Engine and MP. Demonstrations will show how to create MP and
in-line Velocity Engine code, including debugging and profiling. (Hosted by

“Debugging Applications on Mac OS X”
May 19, 2000
Speaker: Ken Ryall, Lead Debugger Engineer, Metrowerks This session will
cover CodeWarrior debugger technology and demonstrate single machine
debugging of an application on Mac OS X. (Hosted by Apple.)

The sessions will take place at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2000 at
the San Jose Convention Center.

Metrowerks, makers of CodeWarrior, an integrated development environment
available for a number of operating systems and the most popular
microprocessors. CodeWarrior products are used by more than 200,000
developers in 80 countries.