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Tune in to the inaugural Compute Midwest live all day (Video)

Kansas City November 9, 2012 by Michael Stacy Only 13 days until Big Omaha. Get your tickets before they sell out!

The inaugural Compute Midwest conference is underway at the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts in Kansas City, Mo., with a day full of talks on tap. 

Silicon Prairie News is on hand and will have full coverage of today's event, which is the first of its kind put on by Kansas City IT Professionals, the grassroots tech group for IT professionals in Kansas City.

KCITP is providing a live stream (embedded above) of today's event. Check the schedule below for details on today's speaker lineup. 

Schedule

9:10 a.m.  Dan Levin, COO - Box

9:55  Zach Kaplan, CEO - Inventables

10:40  Scott Chacon, CIO - Github

11:15  Break

11:35  Brad Abrams, Cloud Platform Team Product Manager - Google

12:05 p.m. Jason Hoffman, Founder & CTO - Joyent

12:30-2  Lunch

2:05  Michelle Munson, CEO & Co-Founder - Aspera

2:45  Ben Milne, CEO & Co-Founder - Dwolla

3:25  Mobile Panel: Ben Milne, Scott Chacon, Jason Hoffman, Evan Conway

4  Break

4:15  Fireside Chat: Naithan Jones, CEO and Founder - AgLocal and Thad Langford - OPENAIR Equity Partners

4:55  Event Closing: Michael Gelphman, Founder of KCITP & creator of Compute Midwest

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