Save the Date! IT/Dev Connections 2016 Web Site Goes Live!

Save the Date! IT/Dev Connections 2016 Web Site Goes Live!

We’ve been working extremely hard over the past few weeks to pull together a really solid and cohesive strategy for IT/Dev Connections 2016. Those that have attended the event in the last couple years have experienced a conference that continues to get better each year. And, 2016 will be no different. In fact, we may leapfrog anything we've done before by a wide margin.

I’ll have much, much more to share on this very soon. Right now, myself and our Track Chairs (who I’ll be introducing soon on the IT/Dev blog site), are preparing content for our new IT/Dev Connections blogs, building out our sessions catalog, and working on constructing the best speaker group we’ve ever put together.

Stay tuned.

In the interim, to start building the excitement, I’m happy to announce that the IT/Dev Connections 2016 web site is now live here: http://devconnections.com/

The first thing you want to do when you visit is to use the “CLICK HERE” link at the top of the page to sign-up to be alerted for news.

Next, you’ll want to check out our fancy blog and subscribe to the RSS feed. This is an awesome avenue for you to also find out about event news, but we’re also going to have a lot of great content filter through the blog from our Track Chairs, people involved in managing the event, and even our speakers.

The Blog: http://devconnections.com/category/blog/

The RSS feed:   http://devconnections.com/category/blog/feed/

If you want deep-dive technical information designed to further your professional career, make you an IT rock star, and solve all your company’s technology problems, IT/Dev Connections 2016 is the one event that will supply it all.

IT/Dev Connections 2016 runs October 10-13, 2016 at the ARIA Resort in Las Vegas.

Other ways to connect:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/devconnections

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/devconnections

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