You are invited to participate in the second annual online LDSTech Talk hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on September 17 at 6:00 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).

Last year, Joel Dehlin, managing director of ICS and CIO of the Church, gave a presentation and answered some of your questions via webcast. Download the inaugural online LDSTech Talk from August 2008.

We encourage you to submit questions early by filling out the LDSTech Talk Question form. Please keep questions short and concise. Use the #ldstechtalk hashtag to discuss the event on Twitter.

In addition to the opportunity of having your questions answered by Joel and a panel of Church employees, we will also present the 2009 LDSTech Awards. Please take the opportunity to nominate someone who deserves to be recognized for their efforts. There will be three categories this year:

  • Helping Hand: recognizing an individual who has gone the extra mile to help and guide others within the LDSTech community
  • Top Tester: recognizing an individual who has helped test and improve community development projects
  • Coding Guru: recognizing an individual who has made significant code contributions on a community development project

More details are forthcoming.

Nominate someone for the LDSTech Awards.

Register for the LDSTech Talk by September 15, 2009.

Learn more about the LDS Tech Talk.

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