It’s hard to believe, but Macworld San Francisco is almost here. Macworld Conference & Expo will return to The Moscone Center in San Francisco, January 7-11, 2002. Conferences begin on January 7, with the expo floor opening on January 8.
Some big name developers have been confirmed as exhibitors for the January show including Apple, Adobe, Canon USA Inc., Microsoft, Symantec, Macsoft, and others.
“We’re looking forward to exhibiting at Macworld San Francisco 2002, since it offers the opportunity to highlight our newest Mac products and connect with key customers,” said Kevin Burr, vice president, corporate communications, Adobe Systems.
Features of Macworld San Francisco include:
Special Interest Areas:
Attendees strolling this portion of the expo floor can interact with Mac developers showcasing products including digital media, small business, sci-tech and education/assistive technology.
Birds of a Feather Meetings (BOFs):
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with other like-minded Mac enthusiasts in an informal environment. Industry experts will facilitate interactive discussions among attendees to find answers to tough questions. All Macworld Conference & Expo attendees are invited to participate.
Held for the first time on the show floor at Macworld Conference & Expo/San Francisco, these educational sessions present tips, techniques and opinions for those just learning to use the Mac. All sessions will be taught by experts in the field and are open to all Macworld attendees. The Mac Show, hosted by Shawn King, will also broadcast live from the MacBeginnings stage.
Macworld/Power Tools Conferences:
These new conferences present an opportunity for attendees to spend two full days immersed in training on the products they rely upon. Taught by industry experts, consultants, authors, product engineers and power users, these focused two-day conferences will offer in-depth training on Professional PhotoShop, FileMaker Pro and Final Cut Pro.
Macworld/Pro is designed for the advanced Mac user or manager. Conference sessions offer a technical focus on networking and communications, professional publishing, digital video and filmmaking, Mac OS X and best practices for the Mac manager.
With more than 70 conference sessions presented by industry experts, users can develop their skills on the most popular Mac-related tools and learn more about small business applications, digital photography, desktop movies, education, music, science, creative applications, using legacy systems and Mac OS X.
Macworld Conference & Expo Web site
to register or for more information on exhibiting.