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MacTech Conference 2010 adds two featured panels

updated 06:05 am EDT, Fri September 17, 2010

Virtualization, certification topics added

MacTech has announced two new additions to its panel at the MacTech Conference 2010 --register here for a $50 discount-- for IT Pros and Mac developers, running November 3-5, 2010 in Los Angeles. The conference has two tracks, one for IT professionals and another for Apple developers. The three-day event takes place at the Sheraton Universal in Universal City. It will have mobile and desktop sessions, focusing on the Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod. There will also be special speakers, a MacTech Bowl and Apple Certification testing.

In addition to a kickoff keynote by Andy Ihnatko at 10am on Wednesday, Nov. 3 and two special evening events, Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell will moderate a panel called Trends in Virtualization. The panel will cover virtualization trends in the industry for both desktop and server virtualization for Apple technologies.  VMware and Parallels will take part, and panel organizers have invited the VirtualBox team.

After the last session of the MacTech Conference, Apple Authorized Training Center v.2 Consulting is offering a study hour and exam session on November 5th from 12:30-4:00PM, on site at the conference. Conference attendees can take any Apple Certification Exam available.

A list of conference sessions describes each track's presenters and topics, with 34 choices currently available. The MacTech Conference 2010 is $900 --see the above link to save $50-- with a reduced rate on the hotel stay.




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