AmiWest 2013 Show Schedule

AmiWest 2013 Show Schedule

Here are our show events for AmiWest 2013, presented by the
Sacramento Amiga Computer Club (SACC). As important as this
schedule is, interacting with our sponsors and exhibitors is also
a very important part of AmiWest. And there are always the
AmiWest surprises - spontaneous and unplanned, they are a great
part of what makes our show creative and fun! Catching up with
friends and making new ones is another big reason why AmiWest is a
success year after year. What we do is provide the place - it's
the people that make the show!

Many thanks to our show sponsors and exhibitors. Please be sure
to patronize their exhibits, do business with them, and thank them
for their support.

Friday, October 18th: Doors open at 6 PM for the Classic

Our traditional Classic Clinic will provide an opportunity for
those who want to have their classic Amiga machines updated in
some way to receive assistance from experienced technicians. If
you are interested in bringing your machine, please let us know by
emailing what you are bringing and the assistance that you need to

Free food will be served, as long as it lasts!

Saturday, October 19th: Doors open at 10 AM

Saturday AM

Seminars: This year, we are giving an order for the seminars but
not a time schedule. A time schedule usually suffers from gaps
and overages; we hope that this idea flows better.

1. A-EON Update

2. X1000 user demo - Brian and Sue Ann Carpignano, SACC

Lunch - available for order from the show floor. See Chuck
Washburn, AmiWest operations officer, at the SACC table to order
your lunch.

Saturday PM

3. Steven Solie - AmigaOS updates

4. Beth Richard, (former) Commodore engineer - CD32 full motion

5. Jason McMullen - Multicore AROS via Skype

Show floor closes at 5 PM to prepare for the AmiWest 2013

7 PM - The AmiWest 2013 banquet commences. This catered event is
reserved in advance; no admission is available at the door. After
dinner, the show awards are presented. Our keynote speaker for
the evening is Eldee Stephens, microprocessor designer for IBM, on
the viability of Power Architecture. A panel discussion will
follow, including Mr. Stephens, Steven Solie, Trevor Dickinson,
and long-time Amigans and AmiWest attendees Alan Swithenbank and
Fred Wright. Discussion is lively and continues. . .

Sunday, October 20th: Doors open at 10 AM

Sunday AM

1. Bill Borsari - Games, Games, Games

2. Paul Sadlik - Intro to programming and Programming seminar

Lunch - available for order from the show floor. See Chuck
Washburn, AmiWest operations officer, at the SACC table to order
your lunch.

Sunday PM

3. Brian Deneen - infocessories REBOL desktop demo, tutorial look,
and MakeDoc

AmiWest 2013 is history at 5 PM.

As always, there will be a no-host after-party at a local
restaurant. Details will be announced from the show floor shortly
before the show closes and everyone is invited.