Here’s a message from Jen, who asked me to pass this along to all of you:
SUBJECT: Announcing EpCon, the Inaugural Technology
Conference from EPIC
What: EpCon, the best student technology conference ever!
When: January 15-16, 2010
Where: Waterloo, ON
Do you have a passion for technology and innovation? Be sure to check
out EpCon, the best student technology conference ever!
EpCon 2010 will be held on January 15-16, 2010 in Waterloo, ON. Break
out of the classroom routine and join hundreds of students to think
about where technology is headed next. EpCon will also feature the
first-ever Elympics, a set of super-fun competitions, as well as the
fun-filled closing dinner “7-Ate-9”.
EpCon holds the perfect formula to world-changing powers: passionate
people, outstanding knowledge exchange, and technological possibilities.
Top 5 reasons to attend:
1. Get Motivated
* Will you be the next Steve Jobs or the next Mike Lazaridis? Talks from
established entrepreneurs are sure to inspire!
2. Get Connected
* Meet speakers from Google, Facebook, EA, Rogers, Cisco, IBM,
Primal Fusion – just to name a few!
3. Get Competitive
* EpCon features the Elympics, compete in super fun
competitions against your fellow friends (or should we say opponents?)
4. Get Educated
* Catch the latest in cloud and super computing, mobile
development, gaming, nanotechnology and social media!
5. Get EPIC
* A fun-filled, awesome closing dinner 7-Ate-9 is guaranteed to
be EPIC in every way possible
So if you love technology as much as we do, visit
http://epcon.epictech.org/register to register! Delegates pay only
$50, which includes 2 lunches and our closing dinner. There’s also a
$500 delegate prize courtesy of StudentAwards.com, so REGISTER today!
If you are interested in becoming a Campus Ambassador for your program
and/or school, please contact Gordon Hall at email@example.com for
Also, fellow game club member Gabriel has sent me a link to a cool PyGame tutorial that he found online.Â Hopefully, we’ll be able to post some of our own PyGame tutorials on this website in the near future, but if you’d like to get a head start with PyGame right now, you can visit the online tutorial at: