Early bird registration for MacTech Conference 2010 has been extended to Aug. 9. In only a week since registration opened, the conference has had attendees register from around the world: from Sweden to Japan, from New York to Hawaii, and just about everywhere in between.
Fortune 500 companies, small companies, and individual consultants are coming together to meet up at the conference. However, space is limited so those interested in attending are encouraged to register now. You can register here: https://forms.mactech.com/fillsurvey.php?sid=141 .
The MacTech Conference is a three-day technical conference designed to raise the level of knowledge for the entire Apple/Mac community. It will be held Nov. 3-5, 2010, in Los Angeles at the Sheraton Universal in Universal City. The event will have sessions and activities throughout the day and evening giving attendees the opportunity to not only learn from the best, but also to get to know others in the industry.
“The whole idea of the MacTech Conference is to allow members of the Apple community to meet and exchange ideas,” says Edward Marczak, conference chair and executive editor of “MacTech Magazine.” “This will be spurred on by presentations from some of the best and well-known experts in the community.”
The MacTech Conference will have two separate tracks: one focused on IT, and one focused on programming/development. Sessions will focus on both desktop and mobile, with appropriate levels of attention paid to the Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod. The conference will kick off on with a keynote by Andy Ihnatko at 10 am on Wednesday, Nov. 3.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Andy as our keynote speaker. As an internationally beloved tech journalist (not to mention that he’s Chicago Sun Times’ Technology Columnist), Andy is insightful, funny, and a pleasure,” says Neil Ticktin, editor-in-chief/publisher, “MacTech Magazine.”
Following will be 2.5 days of solid sessions with lunch and breaks provided. Dinner and evening activities will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 3 and 4. The conference will wrap up on Friday at approximately 1 pm.
Conference attendees won’t just be in sessions hearing about great technologies, and products, but MacTech Conference has a packed evening schedule designed not only to be fun, but give you the opportunities to get to know your fellow attendees, says Ticktin.