Did you Miss Out on WWDC Registration?

Apple’s 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) sold out in less than two hours. And, between time zone differences, sleeping schedules, and many people didn’t even have a chance to even try to register before it was sold out. Make sure that you get great developer and IT sessions at MacTech Conference 2012, and don’t miss out again!

If you are looking for that “ultimate hallway experience” and a chance to not only learn from the best in the industry, but also have a chance to meet other devs, network, and have a ton of fun in the process, MacTech Conference 2012 is for you.

This year, the developer track is headed up by Developer Track Sessions Chair Steve Troughton-Smith, High Caffeine Content (and Overall Sessions Chair Edward R. Marczak). Many developers already know Steve who is an indie developer and part time investigative hacker. Steve runs High Caffeine Content, a small development shop that builds apps for iOS, Mac and other platforms. He was one of the many developing apps for the iPhone a year before the SDK and App Store existed. Originally dubbed the ‘poster child’ for iPhone development in Ireland by the media, these days Steve is also the programming half of the Grace App for Autism team, and Mobile Architect at Tethras.

Your next steps

For more information on the event, see the links to the left of the MacTech Conference logo above.

MacTech Conference expects guest rooms to sell out for the event as it did last year, and early bird registration ends at the end of June. Don’t wait to save $500 off the registration (all meals and activities included). Register now