Archive for March, 2017

DVMUG Clinic Lunch 3-25-17

DVMUG Clinic Lunch 3-25-17

Sichuan Fortune House, 41Woodsworth Lane, Pleasant Hill

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DVMUG Clinic Lunch 3-25-17

DVMUG Workshop with Janson Snell

DVMUG Workshop with Janson Snell

DVMUG Workshop with Janson Snell

 

DVMUG Workshop with Janson Snell

Peter Weiler won the iPad raffle

Peter Weiler won the iPad raffle

Sierra, iOS 10 and Beyond with Jason Snell Saturday, March 4th

Sierra, iOS 10 and Beyond

An All-Day Workshop Featuring Jason Snell, Former Editor of Macworld Magazine

Saturday, March 4th, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pacheco Community Center
5800 Pacheco Blvd
Pacheco

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What’s new and how can you use it better? Jason Snell joins us for a day-long DVMUG workshop about how to take advantage of Apple’s latest stuff. We’ll cover what’s new and interesting in macOS Sierra and iOS 10, dive into Photos on Mac and iOS, and maybe even sneak in a few tips about the Apple Watch if we’re not careful. Plus, plenty of hands-on Q&A time! Jason was the editor of Macworld for more than a decade and currently writes at Six Colors and podcasts at Relay FM (Upgrade, Clockwise, Liftoff, Free Agents) and The Incomparable (The Incomparable, Robot Or Not, TV Talk Machine).

Jason Snell

 


 

The Diablo Valley Mac Users Group helps Macintosh users get the most out of their computers. Software, hardware, digital filmmaking, photography—these subjects and more are covered in the club’s monthly General Meeting, workshops, and Special Interest Groups.

You are invited to attend our general meetings at the Pacheco Community Center for vendor and club presentations on new hardware, software, and other items of Mac interest. Meetings start at 6:30 p.m. with a Question & Answer segment where you are welcome to ask about your own Mac problems; there’s a break during which the club Mac experts answer your questions one-on-one, and a raffle in addition to the main presentation, usually by a software publisher or hardware manufacturer.

Dues for the entire family are $40 per year-a bargain! Especially since it includes access to the club’s award-winning monthly newsletter, ApplePRESS, and attendance at all Special Interest Group meetings including the monthly MacClinic, where club experts diagnose and repair what’s wrong with your Mac as well as helping you with software upgrades, hard-drive replacement, and similar improvements.