Technical book publisher O’Reilly & Associates announced on Monday that
registration for the company’s third annual O’Reilly Mac OS X Conference
is now open. The conference, which will be held Oct. 25-28 in Santa Clara, Calif., brings together Mac developers, sys admins, digital musicians and other users in an environment that allows them to trade tips and tricks and learn about the latest Mac OS X software. Guests expected to appear at the conference include Stewart Copeland, former drummer for The Police and current composer of film and television scores; New York Times technology columnist David Pogue; Chicago Sun-Times columnist and Macworld magazine contributing editor Andy Ihnatko; Karelia Software founder Dan Wood; and others.
Sessions will be held in four tracks: Digital Audio, Insanely Great Mac (focusing on “both the cool and useful”), Programming & Scripting and System Administration.
Registration prices start at free for an exhibits-only pass to US$1,140 for admittance to all the conference sessions and two tutorials. Early bird discounts are available through Sept. 10, and students, educators and other eligible attendees can receive discounts; visit the conference’s registration page for all the details.