Full Conference: Includes three-day conference and exhibition admission, meals, exhibition receptions, and evening events.
Expo Plus Pass: Includes access to keynotes and exhibition hall plus all meals, receptions, and evening events.
Exhibition Pass: Includes access to keynotes and exhibition hall only.
The Full Conference pass is about $900 more than the Expo Plus Pass, so I need to think wisely on if I should get access to the conference. I'm guessing it is a lot of info sessions. I can attend all three days. Would I need all three days if I were to get the Expo or Exhibition pass (i.e. are there enough keynotes and exhibition booths to keep me from being bored)? Are the receptions and evening events worth the extra $300? Networking is great, but as far as I know at the moment, I would be casually networking.
If it helps, my goals are to learn more about Labview from the perspective of someone having a couple months of experience with it as well as learn how Labview goes from prototype to production level. I will not need to personally develop anything that goes into production, though I will need Labview for prototyping and testing. Any advice on choosing the right pass would be greatly welcomed!
*Just saw that there's a Sessions Only pass on the Preliminary NI week program (includes sessions, keynotes, etc. but no conference). So now I am further confused on what the actual conference is!
Edited by calico, 13 April 2011 - 03:42 PM.