Macworld UK on Friday announced Macworld Conference London 2004, a new two-day event scheduled for May 17-18, 2004 at London’s Barbican Centre.
England already has Mac Expo, an annual gathering that also happens in London, and is scheduled for November. Apple Expo is an even larger event that happens every year in Paris, France. So why Macworld Conference? You’ll notice the absence of the word “Expo” from the title — this is two days of intensive training and sessions aimed at creative professionals, IT managers and others that want to leverage the Macintosh as much as possible in their work.
The even features two days’ worth of training sessions broken into five different tracks: Graphics, Video, OS X, Xserve, and Web. Specific topics include digital photography, Photoshop CS tips and techniques, shooting DV, tips and techniques for video and special effects, OS X for system administrators, AppleScript, animation and 3D on the Web and much more.
Speakers scheduled to head the sessions include Deke McClelland, HP’s Ross Allen, Adobe’s Peder Engrob, Macromedia’s Jon Harris, Macworld magazine’s editor-in-chief Jason Snell and many others.
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