January 22, 2009 in User Groups (F)
[prMac.com] Melbourne, Australia - Apple Inc Systems Engineer, Joe Cox, will be guest speaker at AUSOM's February meeting, talking about outcomes from Apple's recent Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
"He will review some of the software and hardware announcements made at MacWorld, focussing on iLife '09, iWork '09 and the new 17-inch MacBook Pro", AUSOM President Dick Johnson said.
"We are delighted once again to have Joe deliver his annual Macworld Expo expose".
Excitement is palpable amongst Apple communities each January when Apple Inc announces its latest range of initiatives. 2009 was no exception, especially as it was the company's last keynote at MacWorld.
"Joe will address the meeting for two hours and is looking forward to fielding a host of questions from the floor during that time".
A regular keynote speaker at AUSOM's monthly Saturday meetings, Joe covers recent developments from Apple's main public announcement forums each January (Macworld Conference & Expo) and June (World Wide Developers Conference).
Visitors are also welcome. You don't have to be an AUSOM member to attend. And it's free!
The presentation will run for two hours from 1.00pm on Saturday 7 February 2009 at Swinburne University's Prahran campus, Building PA, Thomas St (off High St, near Chapel St), Prahran. Melways 2L, H12.
AUSOM (pronounced 'awesome') is Australia's largest and most active Apple User Group, with a 29-year history and about 800 members. There's something for every Mac, iPod, and iPhone user at AUSOM. Meetings and activities are free. AUSOM publishes its own monthly printed magazine and hosts about 20 special interest groups. Member services include training CDs and DVDs; an online discussion forum with answers to everything on computing and beyond; book and disk libraries; phone help by experts in their respective fields; discounts on CDs and books; and lots more.