Registration for the 2010 MacTech Conference opened on Thursday with early bird pricing specials and word that columnist and author Andy Ihnatko will be the event’s keynote speaker. The three-day event for Mac developers and IT professionals opens on Wednesday, November 3, in Los Angeles.
The conference will include tracks for IT and programming and development, and will include sessions for desktop and mobile developers. Mr. Ihnatko’s keynote presentation will kick off the event at 10am on November 3.
Conference attendees will also be treated to a private evening at the Griffith Observatory, along with a conference party dinner with video games, billiards, a Guitar Hero room, and more.
Conference passes are priced at US$899, or $699 through July 22. Attendees can register at the MacTec Conference Web site.