We’re busy here in the background getting things ready to launch the Call for Content in a couple weeks and registration is already open (though we’re not really seriously promoting it yet to be nice to a couple other conferences). But, I know from many of you who have asked already, how can you keep up with announcements and general information about IT/Dev Connection 2018? Additionally, how can you stay connected to ask questions?
Here’s a few resources you’ll want to know about it. We offer several different types of resources (including this blog) so you can pick your favorite.
The IT/Dev Connections Email list: http://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/newsletter/email-lists-2/#itdev
The email list is a great way for the IT/Dev Connections community to connect with other community members to get tips and ideas about the conference. When you send emails to the list, they are delivered to and seen by all subscribers. Its a great way to stay connected 24×7 through your email inbox.
The IT/Dev Connections forum: http://www.myitforum.com/forums/ITDev-Connections-f226.aspx
The support forum is great place to ask questions and get answers that are retained to benefit everyone. Using your web browser and a forum account, you can read past threads, create new ones, catch up on announcements, and even subscribe to the RSS feed.
The IT/Dev Connections community group: http://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/groups/itdev-connections/
The community group is a special place where you can retrieve conference-specific documents like site maps, session catalogs, and help build the story of past year’s conferences.
The IT/Dev Connections Fire TV app: http://amzn.to/2E8tDb9
Do you have a Fire TV device? You can install this app to get instant access to our video channel.
The IT/Dev Connections Alexa news skill: http://amzn.to/2nDWsq0
Add this skill to your catalog of Alexa capabilities and you can get a daily briefing of IT/Dev Connections announcements and news.