MacTech Conference extends early-bird pricing to August 9
By Philip Michaels, Macworld
Organizers of the MacTech Conference 2010 are extending early-bird registration through August 9 for the event aimed at IT professionals and Apple developers. Attendees taking advantage of early-bird pricing can save $200 on attending the conference, which runs from November 3-5 near Los Angeles.
The three-day MacTech Conference offers two separate tracks—one focused on IT and the other on programming. Organizers say the sessions will cover both desktop and mobile, with the Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod getting “appropriate levels of attention.”
Since opening registration, organizers of the event say attendees from Sweden to Japan have booked a place at the conference. “A large number of you have asked for more time on the early bird pricing,” MacTech organizers said in their announcement extending early-bird registration to August 9. “Some need it to get manager approval. Others just need more time to make their plans.”
While the deadline is extended through August 9, space at the conference is limited. When the limit on early-bird registration is met, organizers say the $200 discounted pricing offer will end.
The MacTechConference will be held at the Sheraton Universal in Universal City, Calif. Registration for the event costs $699 with early-bird pricing; the regular registration fee is $899.
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