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Online Tech Talk Follow Up PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 30 August 2008

Thanks to everyone who viewed and participated in the inaugural Online Tech Talk Thursday night (August 28th)! We are very pleased with the success of this event and grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with the community.

For future viewing, this event will be posted here within the next two weeks. Add the LDS Tech feed to your RSS reader to be alerted when the content has been posted. We welcome your feedback and comments in the forum and by This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Developers & Programmers Conference Announced PDF Print E-mail
Written by G C Duerden   
Friday, 22 August 2014

FamilySearch DevCon (Developer Conference) 2014 will be held September 25-26 at BYU Conference Center in Provo, Utah. The 2-Day price is $95.00, for keynotes, sessions, discussions, demos, food, information, networking opportunities, and prizes.

FamilySearch is leading the family history arena in collaborative development of projects. This Developers Conference is an invaluable opportunity for programmers, developers, and software companies to meet, learn from, and share technical information with industry peers. 

 
LDSTech Conference: More Details! PDF Print E-mail
Written by G C Duerden   
Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Registration is open and available for the 2014 LDSTech Conference, October 16 & 17 (registration is free online at the LDSTech Conference page). It is never too early to make flight reservations and lodging arrangements.

This year’s conference will again be held at the University of Utah’s LDS Institute of Religion Building, on the University of Utah campus (1780 East South Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112).

The conference will be held all day Thursday and Friday, October 16 and 17, 2014. Attendance is free of cost, and a light breakfast (if you get there by 8 a.m.) and lunch are provided each day. To learn more about what to bring and how to prepare, visit the LDSTech Conference wiki page. Updates will be provided as training, project, and

 
Introducing the LDS Tech Wiki PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 09 October 2008

Have you ever wondered how you can get involved with Church technology? We know that many of the visitors to this site have the desire to give of their time and talents. The LDS Technology site now has a wiki that is designed as a gathering place for those who wish to help contribute to Church technology.

There are currently three projects open for collaboration, a HT/VT application, a Church Historical Timeline application, and the eBuilder application. Visit the Community Portal to find out what’s happening on the LDS Tech Wiki.

 
josephsmithpapers.org PDF Print E-mail
Written by G C Duerden   
Friday, 01 August 2014

The Joseph Smith Papers Project is a fascinating trip into the early history of the Church. The project, led by the Church Historian’s Office, gathers documents that pertain to the Prophet Joseph Smith. The project’s purpose is to provide a record of the life and history of the Joseph Smith, Jr. so scholars and students can easily access the foundational documents of the Church.

The Joseph Smith Papers Project not only gathers the documents but publishes complete and accurate transcripts of them, both in print and electronically. Large portions of the collection will be published in many print volumes. In addition, transcripts of all known and available Joseph Smith documents are being published on the Joseph Smith Papers website (see http://josephsmithpapers.org/), along with

 
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