MacHack ’97 call for Speakers

MacHack ’97 is just a few months away and YOU might be just the person we
are looking for. We have many interesting sessions already lined up, but we
have room for a few more.

Have you been off in a garage somewhere developing some cool Macintosh
technology in secret? Present that technology at MacHack and not only might
you gain the adulation of your peers, but you will undoubtedly receive
valuable feedback to help you do it even better.

If you are planning to attend MacHack ’97, scheduled for June 26-28,
consider presenting a session to share your expertise. We are currently
seeking speakers on all areas of Macintosh software development including
OpenStep, Java, QTML, networking, game development, software design,
software entrepreneurship, and more.

Session speakers receive a $100 off the conference registration fee.
Register before May 1 and receive an additional $100 discount.

Have an idea for a session you want to present? Send a brief description of
your idea to (

Publishers and manufacturers are also invited to send technical
representatives. MacHack is an excellent opportunity for you to introduce
and encourage use of your development technologies.

More information about MacHack ’97 is available on the Web from


Eric Gundrum
Sessions Chair
MacHack ’97