If you’re a developer, system administrator, IT manager, or “power user,” you’re invited to submit presentation proposals for the second annual
O’Reilly Mac OS X Conference, which will be held October 27-30 at the Westin Santa Clara in Santa Clara, California.
The conference is targeted to developers, users, and technical staff. A gamut of presentation topics are sought by the O’Reilly conference program committee, ranging from overviews of “cutting edge” projects to hands-on advice to topics for CIOs and design managers considering switching to the Mac platform. Proposals on scripting, especially AppleScript, as well as topics that address applications, hacks, system administration Mac style, Unix relationships, networking, and Apple’s i-apps (iTunes, iMovie, iDVD, iPhoto) are particularly welcome, according to Tim O’Reilly, O’Reilly & Associates founder and president.
The O’Reilly Mac OS X Conference will kick off with a day of tutorials, followed by three days of sessions covering Mac OS X development. Also in the planning stages are several talks aimed at power users.
If you’re interested in submitting a proposal, drop the conference committee
an e-Mail. Details on proposal submission, as well as information on registration, can be found at the conference Web site.