Frequently Asked Questions
Many of you have contacted us and asked questions and many of the questions have been asked a few times. So, here are the questions and our answers. If you have other questions not on the list, please let us know: email@example.com
Q: Does That Conference focus on a particular technical platform or environment in its sessions?
- A: No, we are a technology agnostic, “polyglot” conference. Our focus is the technology community, providing a forum for sharing ideas and learning from each other.
Q: Is That Conference family-friendly?
- A: Yes, we absolutely invite families to stay at the resort during the conference and have created a schedule with a wide line-up specifically oriented toward family involvement. This includes learning, exploring, gaming and fun for all ages.
Q: Does That Conference target any specific “age-span” or educational level?
- A: While we are “family oriented” and have sessions and events for the entire family, the majority of the sessions are provided by technology professionals and are adult-oriented. Anyone interested in technology is invited to attend.
Q: Are families invited to all sessions?
- A: No, the family-specific sessions and events are outlined in the “Family Schedule”. We strive to maintain the highest professionalism at the conference as well as an environment for technical sharing and learning.
Q: Can my children go to the sessions or events by themselves?
- A: No, All children must be accompanied by an adult (parent or guardian) in all of our family-based sessions and events.
Q: When are the kids sessions?
- A: Kids sessions have been set primarily as afternoon sessions of That Conference. See the “Family Schedule” for more information.
Q: What is the dress code?
- A: We would like all attendees to be comfortable during the sessions at That Conference and we are at a resort. The dress code is casual but please be mindful that this is a professional community conference and, while not the primary focus, there are some family sessions included in the schedule so children may be in the conference areas.