The week long time of fun and games with all things technology starts in a few days at the Orlando Tech Week. Yes it is here with us again. The week-long conference featuring the best of Startups, technology and innovation in and around Central Florida.
This year’s Orlando Tech Week takes place between the 18th and 24th of April 2016. Again this year’s event is presented by the University of Central Florida (UCF) Coding Bootcamp.
Highlights of Orlando Tech Week
The main conference dubbed the Future of Orlando Conference will be taking place on Friday on April the 22nd at Orchid Garden on West Church Street in Orlando, Fl.
The conference will be taking a look at what the future of what Orlando and Central Florida at large holds in terms of technology, entrepreneurship and creativity. Orlando is known for its diverse interests in technology ranging from Gaming, Simulation, Healthcare and Design to Sports and Entertainment.
The conference has lined up a host of speakers who will be taking attendees through various sessions in the above mentioned fields.
Other items of interest at the week long Orlando Tech Week conference includes The Orlando Tech Meetup which includes Florida’s largest startup pitch night. You will also get to experience demos from Florida’s most innovative technology companies.
Through the Orlando Tech Tours, you will get behind the scenes tours of the Jetblue University, HostDime Data Center, and the GuideWell Innovation Center. Some of the items on the program attract a cover charge while others are free. The free program items are generally the community events. You can get more info here.
Let’s not get ahead of ourselves without a breather in the T’s & Ties Part III party. Yes! There will be some prizes to be won and remember the strict “T-shirt or else” policy.
You can head on to the Orlando Tech Week registration page and book your space now. To get more information of the schedule, what’s in store during the week-long conference and more you can go to the official conference website here.
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