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Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Save $100 Instantly on MacTech Conference Registration
I'm going to be attending MacTech Conference from November 3-5, 2010 in Los Angeles. It's not specifically a security-oriented event—MacTech Conference is for all IT professionals and developers, and it's a great way to meet and learn from peers and experts in the field. There will be lots of fun times as well, including private access to the Griffith Observatory one night and another night at Jillian's (including bowling, billiards, Guitar Hero, and more). Meals are included!
My friends and readers can get $100 off MacTech Conference registration by signing up through this link:
You can also read this article from my personal blog or browse the conference site to learn more, but be sure to use the exact link above to register to make sure to get your $100 off. Register by October 29, 2010 to get the discount.
I hope to see you there! Also, feel free to share the discount link with anyone else who might be interested in attending the conference.
UPDATE, 27 Oct 2010 @ 01:19 PDT: The discount deadline has been extended to October 29th.
the JoshMeister (Joshua Long) is a computer security researcher from Southern California. He has a Master of Information Technology degree concentrating in Internet Security, and he has also taken doctorate-level coursework studying Business Administration and Computer and Information Security.
For nearly two decades, Josh has been reporting spam, phishing scams, malicious or infected sites, and undetected malware samples to help protect others online.
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