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Microsoft appears to be either ending or seriously revamping its "Accredited Support Professional Program" for training on Microsoft Office for Mac and iOS it has offered at MacTech conferences since 2013. The program is not on offer at the upcoming MacTech tour, which begins on March 16 in San Francisco and includes a number of other cities. Microsoft has released a statement that it is "evaluating options for 2016, but don't have anything to share at this time."
MacTech Magazine has announced the 2011 MacTech Conference for IT Pros and Mac developers, to be held this November 2-4 in Los Angeles. Following up on the 2010 conference, the 2011 version will feature three days of over 40 sessions and activities focused on both IT Mac professionals and Mac developers. The event will also feature a conference party and networking opportunities along with Apple Certification. The certification will involve both a study session and seated test following the last day of the conference, Friday afternoon. Mac OS X Lion certification will be available.
MacTech Magazine today announced plans to offer another MacTech Boot Camp. The one-day event will take place San Francisco on Wednesday, January 26th, the same week as Macworld 2011, allowing attendees to visit both on the same trip. The MacTech Boot Camp will focus on consultants and techs who work with home users or small businesses.
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 2010 Conference -- register with this link for a $50 MacNN discount -- is adding details for the Apple Certification exam being offered on the final day. The conference has two tracks, one for IT professionals and another for Apple developers. The three-day event, which takes place at the Sheraton Universal in Universal City, 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.
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.
MacNN readers can get a special $50 discount off of the registration price of the upcoming MacTech Conference 2010, following this link to register. The conference is geared to IT professionals and Apple developers. The three-day event spans November 3-5, 2010 in Los Angeles 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 information on Apple Certification testing.
IK Multimedia is currently offering a new promotion that allows users to purchase three virtual instruments for the price of one. The Virtual Instrument Extravaganza Group Buy promotion will run until the end of July and applies to a select list of plug-ins. To take advantage of the deal customers must first purchase and register one of the full crossgrade version plug-ins from the following list: SampleTank« 2.5 XL, Sonik Synth 2, Miroslav Philharmonik, SampleMoog or SampleTron. Customers will then be given the option to download two more options from the list at no charge. In addition, if 1000 users participate in the new promotion, each customer will receive another virtual instrument of their choice free of charge.
In brief: danholt4mac and MacTech have both announced discounts on some of their products. danholt4mac is offering its Calories software at a discount of 40% off regular price. MacTech is now offering its customers a bundle that includes a two year subscription to its magazine along with their DVD Archive that contains the complete collection of issues from the magazines 24 year history. On a separate note, one MacNN employee recently dropped their MacBook Pro and broke the display. Looking for a low cost solution they tested out the service provided by iResQ. They found that the repair was completed in a very timely fashion and resulted in no additional damage and a display comparable to the original.