The LDSTech Conference registration site is currently open for pre-registration for those who plan to attend the conference this October. Only those who will be attending in person are invited to sign up at tech.lds.org/conf. Those unable to attend will be able to watch streaming video online after the event. They should not register for the conference. The schedule of presentations, projects, and speakers will be posted on the Conference Schedule wiki page when available.
Note: You can change your personal profile or unregister at any time after you register.
You will receive a confirmation email to the address associated with your LDS Account. The Schedule view of the conference page automatically opens on screen. For now on your schedule you will only see the auto-filled lunch session for each day you registered to attend and a session showing a message that you have completed registration.
Because this is a call for pre-registration to attend the event, signing up for sessions and classes to fill your schedule is not yet available. Once the schedule of presentations and projects is available you may return to your conference schedule to sign up. We will announce when the schedule is posted.
The conference will be held all day Thursday and Friday October 17th and 18th. Attendance is free of cost and both breakfast and lunch are provided each day. To learn more about what to bring and how to prepare, visit the LDSTech Conference wiki where more details will be provided as the conference presentations, project sessions, speakers, and other details are finalized.
This year the conference isn't planned to be held at the Riverton Office Building as it has been in past years, but the conference will still be in Salt Lake City. Once finalized, the exact location will be announced on the blog and specifically to all who have registered through the conference web page.
The conference will host many exciting opportunities to meet with your teams and work on projects, share your own ideas and developments, and learn more about mobile applications, LDS.org tools, meetinghouse technology, and much much more. We look forward to seeing you in October!