KansasFest 2010 registration now open

Posted Fri, Apr. 9th 2010 in News

Registration for KansasFest 2010 is now open! The 21st annual Apple II convention will be held at Rockhurst University of Kansas City, July 20-25, 2010. To sign up, please visit our registration page, where you will find this year’s prices, a PDF you can print and mail for offline registration, and a form for registering right on our Web site (credit cards and PayPal only).

New this year is our “bring a friend” promotion. Veterans of the event are invited to bring a first-time attendee; if each indicates the other’s name on the registration form, both will receive a $25 referral rebate at the event. Such a deal!

Currently among this year’s scheduled events are several excellent sessions:

  • A keynote speech by Mark Simonsen of Beagle Bros
  • A tutorial of Structured Applesoft, Ivan Drucker’s approach to BASIC programming
  • Floppy disk drive maintenance and hardware color restoration with Tony Diaz
  • Ken Gagne’s review of Macintosh games inspired by the Apple II
  • Programming in Macrosoft with Peter Neubauer
  • A closer look at the Apple III by Mike Maginnis
  • Martin Haye’s introduction to his Super-Mon utility and NakedOS
  • The latest on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad by Rob Walch of the Today in iPhone podcast
  • HackFest, an annual programming challenge open to hackers of all skill levels

More sessions and announcements will be made on this site as we approach the date, but don’t wait too long — registration prices go up after May 31st. Register today! (And sign up for our Facebook event, while you’re at it!)