Chuck Joiner brings us to the door of Macstock 2016 in this final installment of The Road to Macstock with Macstock organizer Mike Potter on Chuck’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock wraps up with an update from organizer Mike Potter on the panel of speakers that has been assembled, the international flavor of the attendees, and a fashionable accessory that has been added to the mix. In the absence of Barry Fulk, Mike also adds to the information about the Midwest Mac BBQ companion event, reminds us about the discount code that can save you $25 off admission to everything, and tells us why you may still be able to benefit from Macstock (six months later) even if you can’t make it. Hope to see you at Macstock!
We’re in our final leg on The Road to Macstock with Matt Hillyer in this next installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock is winding down as we talk to Matt Hillyer, who will be making a presentation on virtualization in the enterprise environment. Matt tells us how this is a big part of his working life and how it can benefit anyone. Matt is known for his work at a time when Macs had to come in through the back door in business, and talks about why that is no longer necessary.
The Road to Macstock delivers us to Kirschen Seah in this next installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock rolls on with Kirschen Seah of Free Range Coder, who will deliver several sessions at the conference. Kirschen will address methods to automate your Mac, and how to use your iPhone and Apple Watch to pursue your fitness goals. With us, she discusses the non-fitness ways she uses her Apple Watch, and talks about developing her own, very specialized, iOS bicycle maintenance application.
The Road to Macstock wends its way through Canada to speak with Wally Cherwinski in this next installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock rolls on with a conversation with Wally Cherwinski about his presentation on iPhoneography. Wally talks about why the iPhone has become his go-to video camera, and shows off some of his latest favorite gear.
Our journey down The Road to Macstock continues with Tom Piper in this next installment on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The next turn on The Road to Macstock takes us to a conversation with Tom Piper, who will represent the Apple User Group Advisory Board. Tom’s presentation will focus on the place of user groups in today’s computing world. He tells us about it, as well as how his iPad Pro has almost completely taken the place of his MacBook Pro.
Dave Ginsburg talks productivity and the iPad Pro in this new installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock is far from over as we chat with David Ginsburg of the Suburban Chicago Apple Users. David will be talking about the benefits and trade-offs of using the iPad Pro as a primary computing device. David also shares some Macstock stories from last year, talks about what it takes to support both Macs and Windows machines, and covers some of the benefits of virtualization.