August 25, 2012 – Oklahoma City, OK
And the events keep rolling! Kristin Ferrier just emailed me regarding SQL Saturday Oklahoma City. Here are the details…
SQLSaturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server.
This event will be held August 25, 2012 at 13301 South Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73170.
Admittance to this event is free, but we do charge a lunch fee of $10.00 (optional) so that we can provide a lunch - not pizza! Also, please understand that lunch fees are not refundable and that any left over food will be donated.
Register soon, as seating is limited, and let friends and colleagues know about the event.
For more information about Speakers, Sessions, and to register visit the SQL Saturday OKC site.
August 24, 2012 8:15 AM – 5:00 PM
University of Arkansas Global Campus Fayetteville, AR
Mark Brandon, directory of NWA TechFest 2012, has announced that the next installment of the Northwest Arkansas TechFest will be on August 24, 2012 at the University of Arkansas Global Campus in downtown Fayetteville, AR. The event is currently seeking speakers, sponsors, and attendees.
Topic areas for this years event are:
- Advanced Development
- Mobile Development
- Big and Small Data
- Collaboration/Content Management
- IT Pro
- UI/UX Design
- Tech Entrepreneurship Resources in NWA
You can follow the Northwest Arkansas TechFest on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or http://nwatechfest.com.
If you are a speaker and interested in submitted topics you can do so via the “Call for Speakers OPEN!” link on the http://nwatechfest.com home page.
Teresa Burger announced the Dallas Techfest 2012 call for speakers. The event will be held on August 24th and 25th, 2012 at the University of Texas at Dallas. Same location as last year. If you are interested in speaking contact Teresa Burger email@example.com.
I am sure there will be future announcements for attendees so stay tuned.
Richard Banks has posted a solution to make Visual Studio 2012 stop yelling at you. In his post titles “How To Prevent Visual Studio 2012 ALL CAPS Menus!” he gives you the registry key to create to make them normal again. Thank you Richard!
I have created a registry file to import to make the task easier.