Compute Midwest: The Convergence Of Tech

9-11 Nov 2012 (Add to calendar) GMT
1601 Broadway , Kansas City, US

Compute Midwest is a 2 day convergence of tech: new people, new ideas and innovation in Kansas City.

With 1 conference, a hackathon and 2 parties, Compute Midwest provides a fantastic opportunity to connect you with 500 forward thinking tech folks. Engage in conversation about the future, exchange/build new ideas and gather several takeaways that apply to your career or company.

November 9th: Imagine The Future

Get inspired at the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts: learn about what's next in technology - straight from tech leaders, startup founders & visionaries. We have a fantastic speaker lineup that includes Dan Levin, COO of Box, Jason Hoffman CTO & founder of Joyent and Scott Chacon, CIO of Github...and more!

Hear the inspiring stories of innovators who are building companies that change our life, our work & our business. Gain insight into their vision for the future, learn where technology is going and discover how Kansas City can capitalize on Google Fiber.

Become part of the conversation about the emerging technologies, platforms and ideas we can use to build a better future for Kansas City and the midwest

November 10th: Create The Future

Over 100 developers & designers will come together on Nov 10th for a 24-hour code-fest focused on building awesome apps with APIs! You’ll share ideas, collaborate and possibly start new ventures! You’ll also discover tools & new APIs to experiment with.

Build your app solo or with a team of up to 5 people. Teams can be pre-organized or find fellow coders to collaborate with at the event! Present it and compete for thousands of dollars in great prizes as well as community recognition!

Want to help create a more innovative future for Kansas City and the Midwest? Register today

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