Dick Eastman had a post about the upcoming 2017 conference. You can see that post with the information here:
This has proven to be a wildly successful major genealogical conference that brings together genealogy researchers and genealogy software developers under one roof. Dick Eastman reported in a March 18, 2015 blog post that 23,918 people attended the 2015 RootsTech conference. Here is a link to Dick Eastman’s blog post reporting on information from the previous 2015 conference:
You can view the conference website for information about this 2017 RootsTech Conference at:
There is a very large and detailed “Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)” part of the RootsTech website. It is well worth browsing through the variety of questions about the conference. The FAQ can really give you some good insights about the overall conference. Here is a link to the RootsTech 2017 FAQ:
RootsTech generally makes available a multitude of some of its recorded programs from the previous year for online viewing. Unfortunately, as I write this post, the window for viewing those videos is no longer open. Wish I could provide a link to these because they really provide an incredible insight into what RootsTech is all about through the programs they provide. If I see that the window opens up and these are viewable again, even if only for a short time, then I will make another post letting you know they are available.
Consider going to Salt Lake City, UT to connect with the soon to take place 2017 version of RootsTech!
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