IT/Dev Connections 2015 Call for Sessions Now Open!

IT/Dev Connections 2015 Call for Sessions Now Open!

7 months may seem like a long time, but I can tell you it's really not. IT/Dev Connections 2015 kicks off on September 14 at the ARIA resort in Las Vegas. Those that have attended the weeklong conference the last couple years have thoroughly enjoyed how we've taken great pains to incorporate attendee feedback and produce a hugely valuable event. IT/Dev Connections is now on every IT professional's radar.


IT/Dev Connections is not a roadmap messaging event. It's a technical deep-dive, bringing sessions and training to help you do your job better today, fix the burning issues, and learn how to integrate tomorrow's technology into your current environment. It's a right-sized affair – meaning we purposely cap the attendance numbers to ensure you don't get lost in a crowd and have the ability to connect to speakers and other attendees. Many have stated that it's a real conference with a User Group feel and we work really hard to keep it that way.

If you work in IT and can only attend one event this year, IT/Dev Connections 2015 is the one you'll be most proud of, and the one your boss will gladly sent you to again because of the value.

You can register HERE.

Today, we're extremely excited to announce that the call for speakers/sessions is now open. This is an important step in committing the best content to the best conference.

If you're an experienced conference speaker, or just want to get started, we welcome all submissions and look forward to working with you.

Jump out to the following link to learn more about speaking at IT/Dev Connections 2015 and to submit your proposals

Submissions are due by Monday, February 23rd. I realize that seems a short timeframe, but we're looking to make the content catalog available in March. Because the sooner you can get a look at the entire content catalog, the easier it will be to convince your manager you need to attend. Want to convince your boss now? Use this document.


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