Tulsa TechFest returns for its sixth event this October. DevExpress Reporting Evangelist, Seth Juarez, will make his way to Tulsa to participate, and DevExpress are proud to be supporting David Walker and the organising team behind the event.
We know that Tulsa TechFest will be a terrific community event, which is why we are a Gold sponsor. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the virtues of this conference, here’s a bit of information to help you consider registering as an attendee.
What is Tulsa TechFest?
Tulsa TechFest is a one-day event that focuses on educating attendees in a number of areas: software development, tooling, development trends, database management and personal development. This year the team have also added tracks on mobile technologies, social media, entrepreneurship and mentoring.
There aren’t many conferences that offer such a wide scope of exciting areas to dip into.
Tulsa TechFest aims to invite both industry leaders and innovative peers to speak at the event, giving attendees the opportunity to listen to and share thoughts with professional speakers like Glenn Block and our own Seth Juarez without having to travel to an expensive vendor-led event.
When is Tulsa Tech TechFest?
You can start planning your trip to this event right now. Registration is open for the conference which will be on Friday October 7th.
Where is Tulsa TechFest?
Tulsa TechFest will kick off at OSU-Tulsa’s downtown campus for a full day of content and networking.
If you are travelling from outside of Tulsa, you can find some useful information on accommodation and transport on the Tulsa TechFest FAQs.
Why you should register for Tulsa TechFest
Tulsa TechFest is a conference that is driven both by and for the community. It is an opportunity to get exposure to exciting topics, network with industry professionals and your peers, and also chat with vendors and recruiters that are relevant to your day job.
By attending, you can also be in with a chance of winning some great prizes donated by sponsors and supporters of the event. Last year, the prize pile amounted to over $100,000 worth of prizes.
Best of all, thanks to sponsorships and the support of OSU Tulsa, this event can be provided to the Tulsa technical community for free. The organisers operate a charitable donation scheme that encourages you to bring “2 cans or 2 bucks” that is donated to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and Family & Children’s Services.
Aside from this small charitable gift there is no charge for food, no charge for drinks, no charge for registering, and absolutely no charge for attending.
What are you waiting for, register free for Tulsa TechFest now!
See you in Tulsa!