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2011 TechBirmingham - TechMixer University
Tuesday, September 27, 2011 from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM (CDT)
SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT THE UPCOMING TECHMIXER UNIVERSITY:
Pre-registration for the TechMixer University is closed. People are still allowed to attend the conference, but will be required to register the day of the event.Thank you for your interest in the upcoming event and we look forward to seeing you there.
Make plans to attend the Fourth Annual TechMixer University on September 27th, 2011 at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Center in Birmginham, AL. Onsite registration for the event will begin at 7:30 AM and the first session will start at 8:15 AM.
Ask any of the 500 plus people who attended last years event and they will all tell you the same thing, “TechMixer University truly was the best free day of training in the state of Alabama all year”. Last year through the generous donations of our sponsors we were able to educate Alabama’s information technology professionals on; Project Management, Security and Networking, .Net Development, Open Source Development, SharePoint, and Database Development.
This year we are planning to have tracks on the following topics: security, cloud computing, web development, open source development, project management, business analyst, and trends within information technology.
Check here http://www.techbirmingham.com/university for updates concering the upcoming event.
When & Where
TechBirmingham, incorporated as the Birmingham Area Technology Leadership Alliance, was created from the recommendations of the Birmingham Area Technology Task Force (“BATT Force”) in May 2002. TechBirmingham has taken the Strategic Plan issued by the BATT Force and created a roadmap for success. The roadmap has three parallel paths. First, help grow the large number of existing technology businesses and attract new companies to the area. Second, make sure that the business environment is tech-friendly through the attraction of new capital sources and strategic economic incentives. And third, work to create and improve a technology-capable workforce through various public-private partnerships.
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