We're returning to Regina, where Prairie Dev Con started, for our 10th conference! To receive our newsletter which includes updates on the conference, including speaker and session announcements and when registration will open, join our mailing list here!
We've posted the sessions and speakers for Prairie Dev Con Regina, and we still have a few more speakers and sessions to post in the coming days! Check out both areas of our site for more details!
Prairie Dev Con is a software development and technology conference that started in Regina, SK in 2010. For more information on the June 3-4, 2015 conference, the organizer, and our venue for the Regina conference, please visit our About page.
We're offering three amazing hands-on-labs as part of this year's Prairie Dev Con Regina event! For these sessions only we're limiting the attendance and requiring signup. This ensures that each attendee gets the necessary attention from the session presenters. Below are the three hands-on-labs and the links to sign up!
The Prairie Developer Conference will return to the Delta Regina! This hotel and conference centre features a pool with water slide, is close to shopping, and is in the heart of the Regina downtown.
We're thrilled to have Wilbour Craddock as our keynote speaker for Prairie Dev Con Regina! Wilbour Craddock currently serves as VP, Information Technology for eHealth Saskatchewan, overseeing a diverse team of technical resources with responsibility for the delivery of the secure and highly available electronic health records to patients and providers across Saskatchewan. He provides leadership in establishing architecture standards for the Ministry of Health and health sector stakeholders which support provincial health sector priorities. Wilbour joined eHealth from Microsoft where he spent 5 years first as an Architect Evangelist based in Dublin, Ireland and then as a Principal Technology Strategist for Public Sector in Western Canada with a focus on health care in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. A self-described technology enthusiast (code word geek), he has a collection of classic video games including classic Atari 2600, Intellivsion and ColecoVision consoles to go with an assortment of the new cutting edge technology.