MacTech Boot Camp Coming to Boston May 18, Speakers Confirmed

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Following the sellout success of its San Francisco and Dallas events, MacTech Boot Camp is set to land in Boston in less than two weeks, and Cult of Mac readers can save $200 on registration. On May 18th, the event will be held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, with a number of confirmed speakers who include:

  • Jeff Korn
  • Mike Zarin
  • Leon Lincoln
  • Adam Schechter
  • Josh Turiel
  • Max Buxton
  • Andy Espo
  • Al Willis
  • Neil Ticktin

MacTech Boot Camp is specifically designed for consultants and techs who primarily spend their time in the home user, SOHO and small to medium sized business market. It’s a single-track, hotel-based seminar that is specifically geared to serve the needs of those wanting to better serve their base.

While each event is different and nothing is guaranteed, at previous events attendees have been walking away with all kinds of goodies, software and more – often with a value exceeding their price of admission.

Registration is still open if you want to attend, and Cult of Mac readers can save $200 off the regular registration fee of $495.

Those who want to get Apple Certified, can take an exam with MacTech Boot Camp’s Partner FMC the day before with a special price for last minute study group and proctored exam. Boot Camp attendees can save $100 by visiting: www.mactech.com/bootcamp/certification

If you can’t make it to the Boston event on May 18th, MacTech Boot Camp will be held in Los Angeles on July 27th, and in Chicago on August 31st.

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