SEWSA 2013 is over. This site will be kept up as an archived record. We will attempt to post notes, videos and audio of keynotes and events when possible.
ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
ON-SITE REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN
ON THURS 4/18 at 10am in Cone Ballroom, EUC
Hacker-Access is the only registration category still available
Due to an overwhelming response, full-access registration is now closed, though “hacker” access is available. Hacker access includes unlimited access to concurrent sessions, a name badge and a program, but NOT meals and no guaranteed access to keynotes. Hackers are encouraged to reserve and print free tickets to keynotes and/or to wait at the door to see if seats become available.
FOR PRESENTERS: Please note that all conference presenters MUST be SEWSA members, in addition to registering for the conference. Please visit the Registration Information for Presenters page to become a SEWSA member and for other important information.
ALL ATTENDEES: Please add the e-mail addresses email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and the domain wepay.com to your e-mail address book and mark them as “always accepted” senders, so that conference communications don’t end up in your junk mail folder. (You can ask your college’s tech support for help or google “whitelist e-mail address” to find directions specific to your e-mail provider.)
Attendees who are not presenting are encouraged but not required to become SEWSA members. Check this page to become a SEWSA member.
SEWSA Hacker Access: $25
(Available online until Wed 4/17 at 3pm)
Includes unlimited access to concurrent sessions, a name badge and a program, but NOT meals and no guaranteed access to keynotes. Hackers are encouraged to reserve and print free tickets to keynotes and/or to wait at the door to see if seats become available.
All Other Registration Categories: Now Closed Due to overwhelming response
Keynote tickets for “Hackers” and community members: We have limited number of free tickets for keynotes and special events available to “hackers” and to the community. Please click here to reserve and print a free ticket. Name badges will serve as tickets for those registered for full-access to the conference.
**As of 4/16, we have been able to release additional tickets for keynotes. If those sell out — Thursday, after the first day of registration check-in, we will find out how many of those registered for full-access to the conference will attend each event. If we are able to, we will release additional tickets online after 10pm. Community members and “hackers” are also welcome to show up at keynote events. If there are open seats available a few minutes after events begin, we will seat those waiting on a first come, first served basis.