CreativeTech, held on September 10th and 11th at AUT's Central Auckland campus, was an event dedicated to all things Apple.
MacPlanet writer Mark Webster was a director of the event, which he's hailed a massive success.
“As tired as I was afterwards (two days of being on site at 7am and late nights, coming after months of prep) my head was buzzing so much from all the fascinating input, I couldn't really sleep," he wrote. "As an inaugural event, we feel we have learnt a lot and we're very open to learning more.”
Not bad for an event that didn’t include any input from Apple. “The elephant was wholly absent: Apple took no part in the conference whatsoever and had no input,” added Webster.
If you couldn’t get a ticket to the event, or did but couldn’t be in two sessions at once, you’ll be pleased to know that videos from the keynotes and some of the talks are now available on the CreativeTech site.
Hit the link for the achieved videos.