The 2012 LDSTech Conference will be held March 29-30 in Riverton, UT. The LDSTech Conference consists of two days of information-packed sessions about Church technology, community sessions for testing and developing Church software, and opportunities to interact with other community volunteers.
Registration for the conference is now open. You can register for the conference by going to https://tech.lds.org/conf/.
Breakfast and lunch are provided each day of the conference. Be sure to bring your laptop, tablet, and mobile devices for development and testing. During the conference, you can expect to do the following:
- Learn about new Church technologies, sites, and applications. Browse information booths, attend technology sessions, and participate in tutorials and workshops.
- Help beta test and improve new, unreleased software. Identify bugs and other issues to help development teams refine and improve applications.
- Lead community projects. Get involved in project leadership by managing and prioritizing tasks, integrating community volunteers, and coordinating development.
For more information about the conference, see the LDSTech Conference wiki page.