Event: LDSTech Service Day
Date: Friday, May 6, 2011
Time: 9am to 9pm
Location: Riverton Office Building, Riverton, Utah (see map)
Food: Dinner provided free.
More Info: here
Welcome and Project Overview: Stream
We received a lot of feedback after the LDSTech Conference about meeting more regularly during the year. We’re pleased to announce the start of monthly LDSTech Service Days. These Service Days will take place the first Friday of each month on the first floor of the Riverton Office Building.
By the way, we’re not entirely sure what to call these monthly events yet – Service Days, Code Treks, Hackathons, Code Crams, Techathons, Codefests – so we’re starting with the generic “Service Day” name for the first event. If you have feedback about the name, send it to
Service Days allow you to work together on-site in a technical environment with your project team. During the Service Day, you’ll be grouped together for as much time as you need (all day, if you can) to work side by side. Remote team members who can’t join the team physically can connect remotely through Skype, IRC, MeetingPlace, or another remote tool your project uses. Lunch won’t be provided, but there will be a hearty dinner, accompanied by laughing and elbow-rubbing as you code, test, design, and hack.
The first LDSTech Service Day will be held Friday, May 6, from 9am to 9pm. You can show up anytime. Because it’s held on Friday, you’ll have the availability of full-time employees, including the project lead, and access to whatever technical resources you need to accomplish the work.
If you have questions, contact your project lead or Alan Smoot (
) for more information.