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 Featured Speakers

Murray Vince, General Manager, OEM Embedded, Field & Server Partners, MicrosoftJohn Coyne, Partner Technology Manager, MicrosoftChris Koenig, Developer Evangelist, Microsoft
Chris Miller, SQL Server Premier Field Engineer, MicrosoftJason Cornellier, Senior Consultant, MicrosoftJohn Weston, DPE IT PRO Evangelist, Microsoft
Keith Nicholson, Application Development Consultant, MicrosoftKevin Walsh, Principal Consultant, MicrosoftMichael Dereszynski, Principal Consultant, Microsoft Certified Architect for Solutions, Professional Architect with IASA, Microsoft
Philip Buelow, Premier Field Engineer, MicrosoftRod Fournier, Senior Premier Field Engineer, MicrosoftZain Naboulsi, Developer Evangelist, Microsoft
David Walker, Application Developer Consultant (ADC), MicrosoftJay Smith, PMO Architect and Evangelist, Microsoft MVP, Tyson Foods, Inc.Rob Vettor, Application Architect and Technical Lead, Microsoft C# MVP, SolArc
Steve Andrews, ALM MVP and INETA speaker, Independent ConsultantJuanita Woods, Project Management Consultant and Trainer, Pro3 SolutionsBrian Sullivan, Falcon Applications, LLC
Carlos Moreno, Marketing Director, Evolution StudiosChristian Orawetz, Senior Programmer Analyst, Walmart, Inc.Corey Roth, Enterprise Consultant, Stonebridge
Dennis Bottjer, Solutions Architect / Consultant, Bank of AmericaDevlin Liles, Programmer/Analyst, Tyson Foods, Inc.Greg Lutz, Product Manager, ComponentOne
Jaime Ortiz, Advanced Database Administrator, Walmart, Inc.Jon Parker, Systems Engineer, Walmart, Inc.JP Jones, Creative Director, Designer, Author, Teacher, Owner of Paige1Publishing, Co-Owner of Collipsis Web Solutions, LLC.
Ken Beard, Sales Manager, TulsaConnectSaif Khan, Freelance Designer / Consultant, Founder of OKGamers.comSarah Daigle Scott, @TechTeacherGirl, Sass Interactive
Faiz Farazi, Microsoft SQL Server Support Engineer, Tyson Foods, Inc.

 NWA TechFest 2010 - The Countdown Begins!

Tulsa TechFest has been a growing success year over year for the last four years. We are PROUD to bring this successful event to NWA!

With the first annual NWA TECHFEST!


FEATURING KEYNOTE: Retail Computure: The Retail Computing Future by Murray Vince, General Manager, OEM Embedded, Field & Server Partners, Microsoft


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 NWA TechFest 2010 Overview

What is NWA TechFest?

  • It is a technical conference with a primary focus to provide training/teaching sessions that are immediately benefical to the broadest range of IT professionals in their day-to-day jobs. We accomplish this with numerous national and international speakers delivering 75 minute sessions.
  • A charitable non-profit event organized by local area volunteers. Even though it is a free event, we ask that you support the community and PLEASE bring TWO CANS or TWO BUCKS. All canned food will be donated to the NWA Food Bank and all proceeds will be donated to the The Jones Center.
    NWA Food Bank The Jones Center
  • Since our first event in the Tulsa area back in 1996, many other communities have been following our example by hosting their own TechFest events: VancouverTechFest, HoustonTechFest, DallasTechFest, AlbertaTechFest and IndyTechFest. Bookmark TechFests.com to keep updated about all these various events.
    We are very PROUD to now bring the event to NorthWest Arkansas!

Who Should Attend?

  • Every IT Professional
  • IT Job seekers and IT Recruiters and Hiring Managers
  • Developers of all languages
  • Graphic and Web Designers
  • Infrastructure, IT and System Administrators
  • eMarketing Professionals
  • Project Managers
  • Compliance Managers
  • IT Directors and Managers
  • Chief Compliance Officers
  • Chief Security Officers
  • CIOs/CTOs
  • CEOs/Executive Officers
With this many hours of training, anyone in or wanting to get into the IT Industry will definitely find interesting and instructional presentations by professional speakers.

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