AmiWest 2010 seminar schedule

Here is our AmiWest 2010 seminar schedule.

This year, our video stream to the internet, including these seminars, is
being recorded for future reference. If successful, we hope to publish
this in DVD format for an as-yet-to-be-determined contribution to AmiWest.

Our expert presenters in past years have had more than enough to fill all available time so we are scheduling fewer seminars with larger time slots.

Things are always subject to change, but here is what we have so far.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

11 AM – A-EON and the X1000

Lunch

1 PM – Carl Sassenrath and REBOL R3 for OS4.

2 Carl continued

3 PM – Steven Solie, Modern Amiga Programming

4 Steven continued, SAM 460ex

5 PM – Show floor closes for banquet preparations.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

UPDATE!!

10 AM – Paul Sadlik, What has your Amiga done for you lately?
How to get things done with OS4

SYNOPSIS:
Why use another computer for everyday things you could be doing with
your Amiga and OS4? A brief tour through Amiga applications for daily
computing on the internet, work and play.

11 AM – Jaimie Krueger, Bit by Bit Software

Lunch

1 PM – A-EON and the X1000

2 A-EON/Hyperion, Q & A session

3 PM – Amiga Games competition

4 Competition, continued.

4:45 Grand prizes awarded

5 PM – AmiWest 2010 closes until 2011

It’s going to be a great show! Come see the latest in Amiga hardware and software October 22-24, 2010 at the new Holiday Inn Express, 2224 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95821. 916.923.1100. And watch this blog for breaking news of AmiWest 2010 as it happens!

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