I will be a speaker at the BibleTech 2010 conference in San Jose, CA. It is going to be held on March 26 and 27 and should be a great conference to network and see what’s happening within the world of Bible technology.
I am going to be demonstrating a new web application I am building, Holy Lamp (I will post more about this soon.) It is an interesting conference, and will be a new experience for me. I have only gone to a handful of conferences anyway, and no Christian-based conferences.
The conference will be a series of sessions in two separate tracks (two presentations going on at one time.) I am actually at 3:00pm on the last day (almost the last presentation.) I am hoping this will not mean that attendance will be lower by then, but I am ready for anything.
The conference is sponsored by Logos Bible Software. Logos creates a really cool software for Bible study. I follow just about everything Logos does, but I do not actually have a copy of their software. Weird, I know, but they have an interesting blog and Twitter feed that I like to follow.
This trip will also be my first visit to California. I really do not know what to expect, but by the end of March I am hoping for some good weather at least. San Jose is near Silicon Valley and some of the biggest names in technology. I don’t think I will have a whole lot of time to sight-see, but who knows.
If you are into technology and its impact on how people interact with the Bible, or maybe you are in the Bible software field, this conference is worth a look.