Neil Ticktin joins us for a wrap-up of the 2017 MacTech Conference, and a look ahead at 2018. Neil goes over some of the highlights of this year’s gathering of Mac developers in L.A., including some off-topic but interesting questions regarding robotics. It is obviously early to think about next year’s event, but Neil already has some ideas, and also covers some information on the regional versions of their conference – content, instructors, and why the regionals supplement, and don’t replace, MacTech 2018.
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Neil Ticktin is Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of MacTech Magazine, the journal of Apple technology — a role he’s held since 1992. Neil is also CEO of the MacTech’s parent company, Xplain Corporation, which includes MacTech.com, MacNews.com, MacForge.net, AppleCentral.com. MacTech has not only been publishing in print since 1984, and on the web since 1994. In addition, MacTech’s holds live events across the country throughout the year, including MacTech Boot Camp, and MacTech InDepth, as well as it’s flagship MacTech Conference.