The coordinators of
MacHack, the conference “For Developers, By Developers,” have put out the call for developers to present papers at the 2003 show — scheduled for June in Dearborn, Mi.
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Developers are invited to “come and share their experiences, insights, and even interesting failures with their colleagues.” As an incentive, MacHack paper authors don’t have to pay the conference registration fee — a US$550 savings.
You must give a brief presentation of your paper during the conference, which enables everyone to realize just how cool your topic really is,” say the event coordinators. Copies of your paper will also be presented in the printed conference proceedings and on the conference CD.
Papers are usually 2000 – 4000 words or about 8 – 15 pages in length. Once MacHack accepts your abstract, you’re provided with a document template. Abstracts are due by January 31, 2003.
MacHack 18 takes place June 19 – 21, 2003. If you want to go but don’t plan on submitting a paper, early registration discounts are available — hefty student discounts, too. More details are available from the conference Web site.