Rocky Mountain Tech Trifecta v2.0

Steve Jones, 2009-12-14

The Denver Tech Trifecta is set for February 27, 2010 at Metro State College in downtown Denver. If you are going to be in the area, make plans to attend. You can register here.

This event was put on last year through a combination of the Windows, SQL Server, and developer groups in the Denver area. It features a number of tracks on different technologies and drew about 500 people last year. The organizers were looking to do another event this year, and while I offered SQL Saturday, they decided with the multi-technology nature of the event they wanted to stick with the Tech Trifecta.

It’s about the community and helping people, not pushing a brand I’m associated with, so I’ll be speaking and attending the event.

We’d love to get some speakers, especially some of you very well known people, to come to town and attend the event. I’ll even offer to take a few people skiing on Friday if you’re up for it. I don’t have a speaker sign-up page

If you want to speak, let us know.

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