Keyhole Software To Sponsor Kansas City Developer Conference

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We’re pleased to announce that Keyhole Software is a Gold Sponsor of the 2014 Kansas City Developer Conference.

The Kansas City Developer Conference is a Kansas City-based, non-profit software developer conference. The 6th annual KCDC conference begins on May 15, 2014 and covers all aspects of software development and agile project management over a three-day period. This is Keyhole’s second year as a Gold Sponsor.

Keyhole Software’s Mark Determan, Zach Gardner, Adrienne Gessler, and Keith Shakib were selected by the panel to present talks at this conference, spanning topics of Grunt 101JavaScript debugging for Agile developersJava RESTful End Point Frameworks to support the shift to HTML5 SPA, and JSF in the Modern Age.

Day one of the conference, Thursday, May 15, will be a day of “Pre-Compilers” – full-day, hands-on workshops on a specific topic. May 16-17 will feature one-hour breakout sessions. The topics covered range from HTML/JavaScript, Java, .Net, Ruby, Agile, and Soft Skill sessions. Early-bird tickets are available for just $100.

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


About Keyhole Software:

Keyhole Software is a Midwest-based software development and consulting firm. Experts in application development, customization, and the integration of enterprise-level solutions, Keyhole was founded on the principle of delivering quality through a talented technical team. Kansas City – St. Louis – Chicago.


Lauren Fournier
Marketing Manager, Keyhole Software

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Lauren Fournier

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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