TCNJ will host the 39th Annual Trenton Computer Festival on March 15, 2014: Multimedia in a Post-PC World.
The 39th annual Trenton Computer Festival (TCF), the world’s original personal computer show, will be held Saturday, March 15, 2014 at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) in Ewing Township, NJ. TCF is an excellent opportunity to see, learn about, and discuss the latest in computers and digital and electronics technology while interacting with leaders in the field. A full schedule of informative panel sessions, tutorials, demonstrations, and other computer-related educational events is planned, and will occur from 10 am to 5 pm. The indoor Flea Market and Vendor Fair will be open from 9 am to 5 pm. The opportunity to study for and take amateur radio license exams will also be offered.
This year’s theme is Multimedia in a Post-PC World. We have so many means of exchanging, participating, and viewing information and content; the challenge is in integrating, synchronizing, and using our devices to their fullest.
In sync with our Theme will be this year’s Keynote Speaker, Joseph Salvo, Manager of the Complex Systems Engineering Laboratory, GE Global Research, talking on The Internet of Things (IoT). IoT lets you locate, control and communicate with objects anywhere in the world. It could be a package, or the thermostat in your house, or a remote camera… The Internet is not just for “people” but also for “things”! Our keynote will introduce us to this technological breakthrough that is changing the World. Dr. Joe Salvo is a leader and innovator in the development of the IoT.
Admission to TCF and ITPC’s Saturday sessions (for those not attending on Friday) is still only $10. Details on the ever-popular banquet will be announced when registration is open. Parking is free.
Visit the TCF website to learn more.
Buy a ticket here.