We are wrapping up our final day at the MacTech Conference 2010 in Los Angeles! This is a gathering of Mac developers and consultants from all over the world — we’ve already met people who have come from Vienna, Melbourne, Genoa, and theres a whole bunch of us from the ACN community in New York. The sessions range from all sorts of things like how to deploy a customized Mac OS X installation across all computers in a business, to what’s new in virtualization technology (e.g. Parallels and VMWare), how MacRuby is becoming a full-fledged alternative to Objective-C for Cocoa applications, the future of Mac OS X and iOS, and much more. But the highlight had to have been the Griffith Park Observatory on a clear night, with Los Angeles stretching out like the cyberspace grid in Neuromancer, and Jupiter’s colored bands and four of its moons plainly visible through the big telescope. We’re wrapping up today and will have a report next week.
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