The MacTech Conference for Apple developers, IT pros and consultants will be hosting a special session with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory on the Mars Curiosity rover and interplanetary networking. MacTech runs from October 17-19 in Los Angeles, California.
Along with the JPL session, the three-day event will also include sessions on protecting enterprise data on mobile devices, working in Apple's app sandbox, AirPlay, dealing with iCloud storage, AppleScript Server, and more. Attendees also get to visit Walt Disney's animation studios, enjoy evening parties, and can take their Apple certification tests, too.
MacTech Conference 2012 runs Wednesday October 17 through Friday October 19 at the Sheraton Universal hotel in Los Angeles. Attendees can register for US$999 through October 8 instead of the usual $1,295 price, and The Mac Observer readers are eligible for an extra $100 discount and a free MacTech magazine subscription worth $50.