Having held just one event in 2010, MacTech increased that to seven this year, with events across the U.S. Next year’s going to be even bigger, with 15 events spanning the country from February 16 when MacTech Boot Camp kicks off in Phoenix, Arizona, to December 5 when it wraps up the year in Miami, Florida.
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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 coming to Dallas next week and is filling up fast, but CultofMac.com readers can get last-minute tickets — plus a $200 discount.
MacTech Boot Camp is an intensive one-day training program for Mac consultants and IT technicians. It boasts more than a dozen sessions covering everything from effective marketing to proper support call technique. There are also sessions on networking, printers, Windows on Mac, security, scripting and command line — plus a bunch more. If you want to get up to speed as an independent Mac consultant, this is the program for you.
The Dallas event is April 27 at the Hyatt Regency DFW.
Tickets are normally priced at $495. To save $200, just follow this special CultofMac discount link and get in for just $295.
You can even take an exam to become an Apple certified tech at the show. There’s a study group before a proctored Apple Certification Exam. There’s also a discount for MacTech attendees: take the test for $199 (It’s normally $299).
If you’re not in Texas, no worries. MacTech Boot Camp is a traveling roadshow. There’s a show coming up fast in Boston (May 18 at Royal Sonesta Hotel), followed by Los Angeles (July 27) and Chicago (Aug 31). Attendees can save $200 by registering early.
CultofMac.com is a media partner of MacTech Boot Camp.
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