MacTech Conference for Apple Developers and IT Pros, Oct. 17-19, 2012 in Los Angeles, has announced its post-event sessions and activities.
The event: a three-day, information-packed event that will have sessions and activities throughout the day and evening. This immersive conference is hotel-based, giving attendees the opportunity to not only learn from the best, but also to meet new people and spend time with their peers as well. Information about the conference is at http://www.mactech.com/conference .
In addition to two and half days of world-class sessions for IT Pros, and developers in the Apple community, MacTech Conference has added three options for attendees to take advantage of post-event on Friday afternoon:
° Code 42 Special Presentation: Protecting Enterprise Information in a Mobile World.
° Cryptic Apps Special Presentation: Using Hopper Dedicated Disassembler for Mac and iOS.
° Apple Certifications Exams proctored by v.2.
In a special two-hour event, Code 42 Software (a Platinum sponsor for MacTech Conference 2012) will discuss the challenges of protecting enterprise information. Everyone recognizes the advantages gained by technological mobility in the enterprise: increased efficiency, increased effectiveness and reduced time required to accomplish tasks. But at what cost if critical business information isn’t adequately protected and secured?
Join Andrew Renz, senior enterprise engineer for Code 42 Software/CrashPlan PROe, as he outlines how companies can reap the benefits of a mobile workforce while confidently securing Enterprise information. Renz will share wisdom gained from his experience selecting and/or deploying enterprise backup solutions for Apple, Oracle, Expedia and Intuit. He’ll also explain how to effectively employ the new capabilities available in version 3 of PROe. RSVP required. Go to http://www.mactech.com/conference/code42 for more info.
In an additional post-event session, Cryptic Apps software will be making a special two-hour presentation about Hopper Dedicated Disassembler. Join Vincent Bénony (aka bSr43), developer of Hopper Disassembler, as he discusses the premise and how to use Hopper Dedicated Disassembler for both Mac -- and with the new iOS support.
He'll not only outline what you can use Hopper for, but also explore some of Hopper's advanced features. You'll have the chance to learn, ask questions, and meet the developer of this useful developer tool for Mac and iOS. RSVP required. For more info go to http://www.mactech.com/conference/hopper .
Finally, attendees will have the opportunity to update their Apple Certifications. Apple Certification Exams will also be available after the close of the conference on Friday, Oct. 19. All current Apple exams will be available, and lunch is included. An additional fee is required. Immediately following the conference MacTech's local testing partner, v.2 Consulting, Inc., will offer a moderated study hour and exam session on-site. Testing will conclude by 5 pm. RSVP required. For for more info go to http://www.mactech.com/conference/certification .
"The conference is amazing in and of itself, but these three special opportunities give people that much more reason to be a part of this great community event," said Neil Ticktin, editor-in-chief/publisher, MacTech Magazine. "We're fortunate to have Code42 and Cryptic Apps give us these extended insights into their worlds with the people that make it happen. And, for those that have not yet updated their Apple Certifications, v.2 has enabled us to offer a convenient way to do so."
MacTech Conference is a multi-track event with a focus on both programming/development, as well as IT/Enterprise. Sessions will focus on both desktop and mobile with appropriate levels of attention paid to the Mac and iOS. Check out the speaker and topic list (http://www.mactech.com/conference/sessions) for specific sessions and speaker list.
The event will be held Wednesday through Friday Oct.17-19. The conference kicks off at 10 am on Wednesday and is packed with sessions using MacTech's well-established running order format. The evenings are filled with special activities and events designed specifically to have fun and give attendees an opportunity to form bonds with their peers and meet new people.
MacTech Conference is priced economically at $999 (pre-registration pricing) including all meals, a schedule packed full of sessions, exclusive entertainment, and more. Registration is far ahead of last year. Pre-registration ends on Sept. 30, and attendees can still save $300 off the on-site registration price. Register at http://www.mactech.com/conference/register
"These new sessions are in addition to our already world-class speaker line up: amazing people that will present and be in attendance at MacTech Conference 2012. See all the announced sessions at http://www.mactech.com/conference/sessions ," said Ed Marczak, sessions chair and executive editor, MacTech Magazine.
Educational discounts are available. See http://www.mactech.com/conference/student for more information.
MacTech's hotel guest room block has already out-paced last year and sold out once, but more rooms have just been added. Available on a first-come, first-served basis, MacTech Conference attendees get a special rate of just $184 per night, which includes Internet access.The Sheraton is a quality venue with rooms that typically run $279.00 or more per night.
About MacTech Magazine
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If you're interested in getting under the hood of your Mac, or if you want to know how to make things happen inside the box, you should be reading MacTech Magazine. Contact the magazine. Toll free: 877-MACTECH, International: 805-494-9797, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.mactech.com .