A crowd favorite activity, Idea Sharing, will return for this year’s LDSTech Conference.
Last year the Ideas Sharing session had ideas shared which included new apps for picture/graphic sharing, map apps, and new ideas about other tools and apps. The 15-minute presentation times were held for a couple of hours each day, without any presentation being duplicated. That made for more than a dozen presentations during the two days. Its popularity has made it a regular feature of the Conference. Click to request a time slot.
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
A new activity “birds of a feather” for people to gather and discuss common ideas, issues, and undocumented features. On Thursday after the Conference, from 4:30 – 5:30, the new ‘birds of a feather’ groups can gather for opportunities to network, learn about a bunch of the latest updates, and gather with like-minded techies to just talk about projects, innovations, new approaches, and ways to accomplish all kinds of things...
Several project teams have times available for their teams and others to meet and work with LDSTech hosts on projects and forums and create opportunities to share your ideas and developments. You can see scheduled times at the conference registration page.
GOSPEL APP & GAME CONTEST
You can learn who wins the Gospel Game and App Contest during the Keynote addresses, October 16 and 17. There will also be a station set up for you to test out many of the apps and games submitted.
Additionally, you will be there for the keynote speakers, at 9:00 a.m. each day. One of the keynote speakers will be Blaine Maxfield, managing director of ICS and the CIO of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The other keynote speaker has yet to be announced.