updated 01:00 pm EDT, Mon October 12, 2009
To offer Snow Leopard, Final Cut training
IDG World Expo has announced that Macworld 2010 programming has already been completed, with all of the speaker slots and content locked down five months prior to the actual event. IDG also states that over 28,000 attendees have pre-registered, roughly two-thirds of the number that normally comes to the expo. This year will be the first in some time that Apple has not officially attended a Macworld.
This year's event will feature six different programs: the MacIT Conference, the Users Conference, MacLabs, Market Symposiums, Power Tools and the Creative Safari, each one with experts providing training on newer and more important topics. Some topics for this year include Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Final Cut Pro and the iWork suite. Some of the session leaders will include Rich Harrington, who works in motion graphic and digital video technology; Don McAllister, host and producer of ScreenCastsONLINE; and Bruce Nazarian, CEO of the Digital Media Consulting Group.