The Mac Administrator and Developer Conference UK is the only event of its kind in the UK dedicated to sharing and improving professional practice among IT professionals deploying and administering, or developing applications for Apple devices.
Designed to be a community-style event, MacADUK embraces delegates of all experience and skill levels with simple aims; share, learn, grow. Conference passes cover two days of scheduled seminars, workshops, breakout sessions as well as breakfast, lunch and beverages throughout the event.
Check out this video to hear Rich Varrasso from FOURSQUARE talk about his experience at MacADUK 2018.
Who should attend?
MacAD.UK is run exclusively for IT professionals dealing with Apple products. That means everyone from consultants and tech support specialists, to educators and business leaders.
Allen Hancock from Watchman Monitoring speaks about MacAD.UK 2018.
Why Attend MacAD.UK 2019?
If you’re an Apple administrator or developer based in the EU, you’ve probably longed for a greater number of high-quality conference like those enjoyed by our American colleagues?
We created MacADUK because we saw the amazing power of conferences in the US and couldn’t believe there were so few like them here. There is no better way to gain new skills, experience, tips, best practice advice and new business contacts than a professional conference.
That’s why we created MacADUK and it’s why we think you should attend. You can see the amazing quality of the content from the videos that we’ve posted from the last two year’s events.
“The best and quickest ways to improve your skill set”
This event brings the world’s top Apple IT experts to London to share their knowledge. Your opportunity is to learn, share and network; meet the platform speakers and learn about new tools, best practices, and trends. MacADUK is the best and quickest ways to improve your skill set and broaden your network.
Last year’s session videos on YouTube
You can also check out our You Tube channel for videos of the sessions themselves. What you can’t see from the videos is the networking, discussing, debating and conferring that went on away from the camera, day and night.