Registration For MacTech Conference 2012 Is Ending Soon!

Registration For MacTech Conference 2012 Is Ending Soon!

MacTech Conference 2012 in Los Angeles doesn’t start till October 17th 2012, but pre-registration is ending pretty soon — and with it your chance to save $300. If you’re interested in learning about all things Mac in some world-class sessions by some phenomenally brilliant Apple fans than you need to hurry and register.

MacTech 2012 will features special sessions with people like former Apple evangelist Matt Drance, and a special NASA Jet Propulsion Lan on “Interplanetary Networking, Curiosity Style.” You’ll even get to go over to Walt Disney Animation Studios and get a behind-the-scenes look at the advanced technology Disney uses to make their films.

Pre-registration pricing ends on September 30th and is $300 off the regular price of $999. Meals and activities are included, plus you’ll get to stay at the hotel and mingle with other Apple developers, IT Pros, and Enterprise peeps. The whole idea of MacTech Conference is to allow members of the Apple community to meet and exchange ideas.

MacTech Conference 2012 is sure to be an amazing experience with a packed schedule, and Cult of Mac is excited to be one of the media partners for the event. To get more info on MacTech 2012, head over to their website where you can also get registered.

Here are some details:
Description:
MacTech Conference for Apple Developers, Enterprise, IT Pros and consultants is October 17-19, 2012 in Los Angeles.  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. Details about the conference is at http://www.mactech.com/conference.

From Earlier Announcements:
• World-class sessions by world-class talent.
• NASA Jet Propulsion Lab’s Special Session on “Interplanetary Networking, Curiosity Style.”
• Matt Drance, former Apple evangelist and voice behind Apple Outsider, Keynote on Tech’s Role in Shaping the Future
• Speakers from half dozen countries.  See full line up at http://www.mactech.com/conference/sessions

Other important details:
• Pre-registration pricing (save $300) ends September 30th.
• MacTech’s hotel guest room block has already out-paced last year and sold out once, but more rooms have just been added.
• Meals and Activities included.

NEW: Evening Activities and Entertainment Announced
More details at http://www.mactech.com/conference/activities
• On the first evening, MacTech Conference attendees will be guests at nearby Walt Disney Animation Studios. Not only will they get a behind-the-scenes look at the Animation Studios and talk with Disney technologists and artists, but also have a rare look at how Walt Disney Animation Studios uses advanced technology to create their animated films.
• On the second evening, MacTech’s party tradition continues with a walk down Universal’s CityWalk to Jillian’s where attendees can enjoy all that Jillian’s has to offer (bowling, Guitar Hero room, air hockey, video games, arcade, billiards and more). Or, for true entertainment, attendees can try their hand at the now famous Karaoke at the party.
• As part of the entertainment flavor of MacTech Conference 2012, Profiles in History: Treasures from the Vaults will have a variety of Hollywood treasures on display the first day of the event, during registration and throughout the day.

NEW: MacTech Conference 2012: Special Post-Event Sessions Added
• Code 42 Special Presentation: Protecting Enterprise Information in a Mobile World.http://www.mactech.com/conference/code42
• Cryptic Apps Special Presentation: Using Hopper Dedicated Disassembler for Mac and iOS. http://www.mactech.com/conference/hopper
• Apple Certifications Exams proctored by v.2 http://www.mactech.com/conference/certification

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