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The End of an Era?
The 2015 Computer Technology Conference was a HUGE success!
The seminars and classes were varied and extremely popular. A lot of information was exchanged and new friendships were formed. Thank you, everyone, for sharing your thoughts and expertise with us. There were lots of door prizes, great raffle items, a Welcome Bag stuffed with goodies, lots of camaraderie, t-shirts, trips to both the Scottsdale and Chandler Microsoft Stores, a great venue, a Vendor Expo together with a popular book sale, good food and a popular Hospitality Suite. What more could one ask?
At the conference, it was announced that Patricia & Al Hill, who have headed up the conference for the past 4 years, are stepping down from that responsibility. They hope someone will come forward to head up future conferences. If you are interested, contact them, using the Contact page, and they will answer any questions you may have. They have also volunteered to help and work behind the scenes for any future conferences. Most of the existing team have agreed to continue to volunteer, so the existing structure will remain in place if you so choose.
Make the conference your own – change what you don’t think was working;
enhance what you think worked well. Change the length of the conference,
investigate other venues, change the structure . . . nothing is locked
down. Create something new and enjoy the warmth and respect of your fellow
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