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MacTech 2011 registration opens

updated 02:00 am EDT, Tue May 17, 2011

Limited 'early bird' pricing in effect

Registration has opened for MacTech Magazine's 2011 conference for IT professionals and Mac developers, slated for November 2-4 at the Sheraton Universal in Los Angeles, California. The conference features over 40 sessions and activities on two tracks -- IT, and programming/development -- over three days, including Apple Certification opportunities immediately following the conference.

This year's conference will focus on developing for the Mac App Store as well as covering all the latest information on Lion, which will have recently been released. Registration normally costs $1,000, but MacTech is offering "Early Bird" registrations at a $200 discount until the discounted seats are gone.

Registration for the conference includes meals and a subscription to MacTech magazine, but does not include Apple certification, which costs $200 extra. The certification will involve both a study session and seated test following the last day of the conference, Friday afternoon. The host hotel is offering a discounted rate of $179 per night for conference attendees.

A listing of scheduled sessions and speakers is available on the event's website. MacNN is a sponsor of the MacTech 2011 Conference.




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