AIM HDC (Heartland Developers Conference) is a 3-day software development event for tech professionals, consisting of hands-on workshops, keynotes and other speakers, breakout sessions and networking events. Attendees learn from national industry experts plus regional and local leaders, who share the latest knowledge and demonstrate new techniques.

     Content

National industry experts plus regional and local leaders focus on sharing the latest knowledge, demonstrate new techniques, build understanding and teach hands-on workshops

 

    Value

Competitive with industry events anywhere, you can reboot, re-launch and reignite your passion right in your own backyard, all for only $299

 

    Community

AIM HDC is the network hub for software innovation strengthening our growing design and development community and all who support us

Join us for the 14th annual conference and discover as one veteran attendee commented, “HDC is the best place to learn what the smartest companies are doing to solve their biggest problems.”


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2017 Schedule

Learn about all of our sessions and workshops as they are posted.


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Don’t just take our word for it!

"One of the best developer events in the country, period. Each time I've attended, I am blown away with what you guys do in the Midwest."

− Scott Guthrie, CVP, Microsoft, .NET Developer Platform

"I grew up in Iowa and now I work in Chicago. I go to a lot of events and I can tell you there is no other conference like HDC. The quality and professionalism for the price is unmatched."

− Jake Tennor, Sr. Application Developer, Pepsi Co.

"When I was asked to speak at HDC, I had heard it was this great underground event in Nebraska. It's not anymore. I tell everyone I meet about HDC! It's an incredible atmosphere with top-notch programming and top-notch talent. You are lucky you have HDC in that region!"

− Karyn Simpson, Web Architect, Tools, Google