updated 09:00 pm EDT, Mon October 25, 2010
$200 value, or $100 off registration ends soon
An opportunity to take the Apple Certification Exam for free -- or just get $100 off on registration -- is ending on October 27th. MacTech Conference 2010, being held on November 3-5 in Los Angeles, includes the exam (a $200 value) in their $899 advance registration fee. Participants who don't need the exam can simply take $100 off the price via a special offer.
The MacTech Conference features a keynote by Chicago Sun-Times technology columnist and Mac pundit Andy Inhatko, along with three days of immersive workshops, including the first public discussions of Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion." Among the other attractions at the conference will be the first public display of Mac-based, iPod Touch-controlled planetary rovers developed by the University of Arizona, a trip to the Griffith Observatory and program tracks focused on IT and programming/development.
The conference is being held at the Sheraton Universal in Universal City, and the advance registration fee includes the conference, entertainment, the side trip to Griffith Observatory and all meals. Onsite registration will be limited, and cost $1099.