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MacTech 2013 kicked off today at the Manhatten Beach Marriot in Los Angeles, CA. The first joint session started with a few announcements regarding MacTech Bootcamp III which is coming in 2014 with all new curriculum and taking place in 9 cities. Also announced were the dates for MacTech 2014, which will start pre-conference sessions on November 4th followed by the main conference from November 5th-7th.Th keynote by Jacqui Cheng of Ars Technica followed the announcements. Jacqui briefly discussed Apple’s history and how Steve Jobs approached technology differently than any other person in the tech community. Jacquie distilled some practical values from how Steve approached the world including empowering people via technology, being forward thinking with business strategies and making sure that the work is quality. The keynote was a great reminder of how we ended up with such world changing products such as the iPhone, iPad and modern Macs.The first session in the IT track was the... | Read more »
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