We’re really excited to announce the AUC’s new Between Worlds series, providing a new avenue for community members to share their experience and expertise between and beyond our existing “world” events, which have been on hiatus since early 2020 due to COVID-19. While we do intend to return to face-to-face events when it’s safe to do so, we’ve created Between Worlds as a new way to share experiences with Apple’s platforms in learning contexts.
The AUC has recently broadened its membership options for organisations. Eligible organisations must have a physical presence in Australia or New Zealand, and can now include:
- universities or any of their organisational units
- secondary or senior secondary schools
- TAFE colleges
- similar not-for-profit educational institutions
- public not-for-profit cultural institutions including libraries, museums, and galleries
Organisational memberships have three different pricing tiers, depending on the organisation’s size, and soon we’ll be offering free Associate Memberships for staff and students of organisational members.
The AUC updates its operating and other policies from time to time, and is transparent about when that happens. In line with changes to our membership model, and an update to our Operating Policies ratified by our members at the March 2022 AGM, all of our policies have recently been updated.
We’re excited to announce that our first keynote speakers for EveryWorld will be Stuart ‘Sutu’ Campbell and Max Schleser.
Stuart is a pioneering VR Filmmaker and has developed a strong international reputation working with Marvel, Google and Disney.
Max is a Senior Lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology and researches Immersive Media and Creative Arts 4.0 with a focus on Cinematic VR and interactive filmmaking.
We’re really excited to announce a brand-new event on the AUC calendar – EveryWorld 2020.
Due to continued uncertainty around travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re rolling our three annual events (/dev/world, X World and CreateWorld) into a single online event to be held at the end of November. The call for participation is now open and we’d love to hear from current and new AUC community members who are keen to share their experiences.
X World is our annual training event for OS X and iOS system administrators and support staff, and will be held at UTS, Sydney June 24-26, 2020.
We are now calling for presenters who wish to offer sessions and workshops at this year’s event. If you have a background in the installation, configuration, deployment, or on-going administration of OS X based systems, or experience in iOS deployment, management and app development, or if you work in related areas, we’d really like to hear from you. Presenters receive free registration to X World, and qualify for subsidised flights and/or accommodation.
The call for presentations is now open, and closes Friday March 27, 2020, at 9pm Sydney time. Offers can be made by completing the submission form.
We’re excited to confirm that /dev/world is back for its twelfth year, at RMIT Melbourne from September 2-4, 2019! /dev/world is our community event for anyone developing for Apple platforms. Check out the archives of earlier events or learn about this year’s event on the main /dev/world site! Or, go straight to the registration page to secure your ticket at the super early-bird price!
We’re very happy to announce that this year’s X World keynote speaker is Ben Greiner.
Ben was a much-loved presenter at X World 2017, and we couldn’t wait to ask him back to be our Keynote speaker this year. As well as presenting the keynote session, Ben will be presenting a workshop on how to talk cybersecurity with customers.
Ben is the Founder and President of Forget Computers where he leads a brilliant team using intelligent tools, clear communication, and a positive attitude to help people accomplish more — more securely — with Apple technology. We can’t wait for him to help you do the same.
If you’re a currently enrolled student at an Australian or New Zealand University, and you win an Apple Student Scholarship to attend WWDC 2019 (results announced by Monday, April 15, 2019), we might be able to help out with your expenses. We’ve allocated 3 student support scholarships of up to $AU1500 each ($AU2000 for existing AUC student members) to assist with airfares.
Conditions apply. Applications will open on this site Monday April 15, 2019, and will close Wednesday May 1 at 5pm (Sydney time).
MacAdmins Podcast Host Tom Bridge and colleague Chris Dawe will be presenting a full-day workshop titled “Fundamentals of Wi-Fi: Physics Always Wins” as part of this year’s X World conference.
This workshop provide an overview of the fundamentals of Wi-Fi networking, particularly as it relates to the Apple device ecosystem. Attendees will learn the fundamental principles of Wi-Fi, how Wi-Fi differs from the wired networking, and how Wi-Fi client devices and networks behave (or don’t) in the real world.
The workshop is free to all X World registrants, and is also open as a stand-alone event to delegates who do not want to take part in X World.