The MacTech Conference announced on Friday that it will be offering on-site Apple Certification exams as part of its November event, and that the exams are included in the cost of registration. Attendees can take any Apple Certification Exam, and a study session ahead of the tests will be open to attendees planning on taking exams.
The certification exams will be conducted after the last MacTech Conference session wraps up on November 5, and v.2 Consulting will host the study hour before testing begins.
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, will include sessions for desktop and mobile developers, and will kick off with a special keynote presentation from well known author and columnist Andy Ihnatko
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.
The MacTech Conference runs from November 3 through November 5 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles, California. Tickets are US$899, a price that includes all meals, exclusive entertainment, a year’s subscription to MacTech magazine, and more. Attendees that don’t plan on taking certification exams are eligible for a US$100 registration discount.