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Sessions Overview

The Conference begins at 10am on Wednesday, Nov 2; Registration opens at 8am. There 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. 2 and 3. The conference will wrap up on Friday by approximately 1pm. That said, before making travel plans realize that Apple Certification Testing and possibly other activities will likely be scheduled for Fri afternoon. Details to come.

Sessions are held back-to-back, maximizing content and packing in all that we can. No worries, however, there’s plenty of breaks and networking time as well.

Joint sessions are given to the combined developer/IT audience. Breakout sessions are given in either the developer or IT tracks. To keep things fast-paced and action packed, MacTech Conference uses both full length sessions as well as our QuickTalkTM format — 5 minute sessions that give you all that you need to know about a product or topic. While session start times may not align between tracks, attendees are welcome to attend either track, space permitting.

Interested in speaking at MacTech Conference?

MacTech’s Conference team is looking for great speakers on interesting topics related to the Mac. There are a limited number of speaking slots, and speakers get a pass to the conference. As a result, we only choose the most relevant and innovative talks. Those interested, should fill out the “Call for Speakers” form by April 30th (sooner is better, however).

Don’t wait. Register today by clicking here.

Note: All times are approximate. All sessions, speakers and descriptions are subject to change at any time without notice.

Last Year’s Sessions

Each year is different, but to give you an idea, here’s some links from LAST YEAR.

MacTech Conference 2010’s Sessions
MacTech Conference 2010’s Detailed Schedule