The South Pacific Mac Developers Conference — called SouthPacMac for short — kicks off in Auckland, New Zealand this August. This is the second annual conference, following the inaugural event in 2001.
Event coordinators note that SouthPacMac has been changed to a two-day weekend format, and several guest speakers from Apple US are expected to participate. Discussions on networking, QuickTime and new graphics technology from Apple are expected to take center stage.
The conference itself will cover a wide range of subjects, including Unix, Java, AppleScript and RealBasic.
SouthPacMac 2002 will take place in Albany, Auckland, New Zealand. The exact location will be announced closer to the event. For more details, including cost, speaker roster, event schedule and other information, visit the Web site. SouthPacMac is an independent event, not authorized or sponsored by Apple.