Apple today announced this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which takes place May 19-23 in San Jose, California. Whether you’re a longtime Mac programmer or recent platform switcher, an IT manager or commercial developer, content creator, Open Source coder, Web manager, systems administrator or in-house developer, WWDC 2003 offers an expanded agenda that will help you make the most out of Apple’s innovative technologies and the robust Mac OS X platform. WWDC is your unique opportunity to meet fellow developers and benefit from the rapidly-growing Mac OS X community, to network and learn the things you can only learn talking face-to-face with your peers and Apple’s technical architects and engineers. This year’s sessions will feature: