5 Tech Events To Attend In St. Louis

5 Tech Events To Attend in St. Louis

Summer has come to a close. With cooler temps, the conference & tech events scene is just beginning to heat up here in St. Louis.

Summer is on its way out, welcoming cooler temps arrive and some great tech conferences over the course of the next few months here in St. Louis. Will we see you at any of these events?

September Events

Strange Loop — 9/15-17 Peabody Opera House http://www.thestrangeloop.com A geek favorite. The Strange Loop conference is heavy on code, light on process. Talks cover topics from the future of mobile, security, debugging concepts, and even how data can help environmentalists visualize watershed behavior.

The St. Louis Murmuration Festival — 9/23-25 Cortex Innovation Community http://murmurationfest.com The St. Louis Murmuration Festival is the convergence of the arts and technology located in the Cortex business district. A first year event and the brainchild of the founder of the popular concert festival Loufest, this event will feature popular bands and have plenty of sessions to attend.

October Events

SecureWorld St. Louis — 10/18-19 America’s Center http://www.secureworldexpo.com/st-louis/home SecureWorld focuses on security and popular amongst white-hat hackers. Keynote speakers include CEO of TruSTAR Technology, and CEO of Leighton Associates. Sponsored by Cisco and Trend Micro.

Dev Up Conference — 10/20-22 Ameristar Casino & Resort http://devupconf.org Over 140 sessions and a group discount is available making it even easier to pack up your coding crew and get educated without breaking the budget. There is a wide variety of programming sessions and tech tracks sure to please any programmer.

December Events

St. Louis Tech Security Conference — 12/15 Hilton St. Louis-Frontenac http://10times.com/st-louis-tech-security-conference Right in time for the holidays, the St. Louis Tech Security Conference prepares IT professionals for the new challenges they will face as hackers become more sophisticated. Give a gift that will last all season long – ongoing education and training.