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GDevCon is coming to North America this July

GDevCon is coming to North America this July

 

Join us this July 15th to the 17th in beautiful Boulder, CO. for the first GDevCon N.A.

You may be familiar with the original GDevCon. If not, checkout their website and YouTube Channel. The short story is that an independent group of LabVIEW developers in Europe set out to hold their own Graphical Development Conference in England. They’ve held it for 2 years in a row now and it has been wildly successful. We are now bringing that same experience to North America. We'll have two days of technical presentations as well as some separate workshops that will be held in the days leading up to the main event. 

 

In addition to attending, we still need a few presentations to round out our schedule. So if you have something amazing that you’ve been working on you really should share it with the community. Not only will you earn the respect and admiration of your peers, but you also get a free full conference pass and a ticket to our VIP Dinner. So submit your idea now before the schedule fills up.

 

We also need sponsors to make this event a success. Get exposure for your brand in the LabVIEW Community! We have various sponsorship levels designed for everyone from single member Alliance Partners to large Systems Integrators. All sponsors will get recognized on the webpage and at the conference. All packages include at least 1 free ticket. If you would like to learn more, send us an email to request our sponsorship documentation.

 

Why are we doing this?

 

We used to have a CLD summit and NI Days in Denver every year. NI has decided they are no longer going to host those types of events (in Denver or elsewhere). We have an active user group in Denver and we decided we wanted to replace the CLD Summit. Several of us were impressed by what GDevCon had done over in Europe, so we reached out to them. After some discussion, we decided to do something similar over here.

 

We hope to see you at our inaugural event.

 

Sincerely,

GDevCon N.A. Event Committee

Samuel Taggart

Edwin Dickens

Jeremy Marquis

William Welch



Ed Dickens - Certified LabVIEW Architect - DISTek Integration, Inc. - NI Certified Alliance Partner
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