MacHack is the annual gathering of Mac developers, coordinated by developers, that descends each year on Dearborn, Mi. It’s a round-the-click geekfest that runs for three days in June. The event’s coordinators have unveiled this year’s planned list technical sessions and papers.
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This list isn’t complete, according to MacHack’s coordinators — more will be added as June draws near. Openings for speakers are still available, too, so if you want to be a part of this, make sure to visit the MacHack Web site for details.
Technical sessions planned for MacHack 2003 include:
The MacHack Papers Competition encourages developers to submit academic-style papers for presentation at the event. MacHack’s coordinators say that the competition’s roots are lost in antiquity, although it can be apparently be tracked back to MacHack’s origins as a University of Michigan-associated event. These papers made this year’s cut:
Competitive papers are to be presented as part of the conference program, and attendees vote on the best of the presentations. The winner gets the coveted MacHack 2003 Papers Prize Package.
Conference registration costs $500 — a $50 discount until mid-April. That gets you access to all events, three meals and the conference banquet. More details are available at the MacHack Web site.