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Looks like I’ll be speaking at the BibleTech 2009 Conference in Seattle on March 27-28.
My session is the very first one on the schedule at 10AM Friday morning, March 27. I’ll be talking about our group SMS texting service for churches and demonstrating some features that are going to roll out right before that conference. Specifically, using the service for microblogging, voting, and receiving replies from your broadcasts. I’ll be demonstrating the service of course, but will also be opening the hood and talking about how it works. (Since this is a technical conference I have to include something for the programmers in the audience.)
Why am I not talking about Bible software at a BibleTech conference? The main reason is that I spoke on that topic last year; specifically about our synchronization feature that syncs notes, highlights, bookmarks and other personal data between our Windows desktop software and the various mobile platforms we support. And our friends from OliveTree will be there giving the same presentation they gave last year on mobile Bible software development. So I wanted to mix it up a bit and present something different.
Regardless of the topic of my presentation, though, I’d love to see you there and we can talk Bible software if you want. Visit www.BibleTechConference.com for details about the conference, and www.ChurchTextingManager.com for information about our group texting service.