The organization strongly advocates that developers aspire to excellence, infuse quality in all their works, and be true to the artistry God has placed in their hearts. We hope that you apply that same standard to your Expo presentation as well. Feel free to create an elaborate booth, distribute handouts/swag, display stunning visuals, or bring/apply the latest technologies to what you present; and while such is certainly not required, it is always appreciated. Don’t, however, let that dissuade you from presenting what you have, as the best creative collaborations come out of works in progress rather than those presented as finished; know that our attendees are more interested in building each other up than subjecting others to withering criticism.
Expo presentations generally take one of four types: a booth, a table exhibit, a scheduled laptop demonstration, or a remote Skype session. We welcome all four types and can accommodate most reasonable requests you might have, provided you give us sufficient notice.
For booth exhibits and table showcases, we provide Internet, electrical access, and space for your display. We can also provide, if requested, at least one table (more available if space permits) and chairs. Laptop demonstrations are generally scheduled at the conference with sign-ups occurring the first day. Due to time constraints, only a limited number Skype sessions are available, contact us at least a month in advance to secure a time slot.
It is not uncommon for Expo vendors to offer products or services for sale. Each vendor is responsible for the logistics associated with merchandising (e.g. making change, providing receipts, tracking/confirming orders, and applicable sales tax); the vendor assumes all liability and agrees, by participating in the Expo, to hold the organization harmless in matters related to their sales.