Keyhole Software Becomes Gold Sponsor of the Kansas City Developer Conference

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Keyhole Software has become a Gold Sponsor of the 2013 Kansas City Developer Conference, joining a group of companies determined to positively impact the midwest IT community with continued education.

The Kansas City Developer Conference is a Kansas City-based, non-profit software developer conference. With sessions beginning on May 3, 2013, the two-day event covers all aspects of software development and agile project management. The topics covered range from HTML/JavaScript, Java, .Net, Ruby, Agile, and Soft Skill sessions.

Multiple Keyhole Software Consultants are presenting talks at this conference, spanning topics of Java, Spring Batch, HTML5/JavaScript, and highlighting Keyhole creation khsSherpa.

“On our team, we continually evolve our skills to keep pace with the technological landscape, in order to best benefit our clients,” Managing Partner David Pitt said. “We are looking forward to participating in the KCDC conference as both a sponsor and as presenters.”

Please visit for more information on the Kansas City Developer Conference.


About Keyhole Software:

Keyhole Software is a boutique software development and consulting firm with a remarkable team. Specializing in Java, JavaScript, and .NET technologies, we are experts in application solutions and services such as Custom Software and Application Development (full SDLC), Mobile Development, Application Maintenance and Enhancement, and Technical Mentoring. With offices in Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago, we excel in helping companies adopt the best software practices and techniques for success.


Lauren Fournier
Marketing Manager

Mat Eastlack
Business Development Manager – Kansas City

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Lauren Fournier


LinkedIn says Lauren is the Talent Manager, Marketing Doer, And All-Around Keyhole Go-To. Really that just means she gets to be the communication liaison between Keyhole team and the outside world, the mouthpiece within the organization, and the one who makes stuff work on the operations side.

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