The IT Summit’s Dallas Information Technology Seminars
The IT Summit’s Dallas Information Technology Seminars are new to The IT Summit in 2013. Dallas, Texas is part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex which includes numerous other smaller cities and communities. In addition to having one of the highest concentrations of corporate headquarters in the United States, the Dallas-Fort Worth are, sometimes referred to as the Silicon Prairie, contains the largest Information Technology industry base. Just a few of the major companies that either make their home or have major investments in the Dallas-Fort Worth area include Electronic Data Systems, Texas Instruments, Affiliated Computer Services, Dr. Pepper/Seven Up, Mary Kay, Vought Aircraft, Lockheed Martin, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. The IT Summit’s Dallas Information Technology Seminars will undoubtedly become a major event for corporate IT manager and professionals in the area. When planning your attendance to The IT Summit’s Dallas Information Technology Seminar be sure to allow some extra time to check out everything Dallas has to offer after a great day at The IT Summit’s Dallas Information Technology Seminar.
While in Dallas you can visit Western Heights Cemetery, the final resting place of Clyde Barrow of Bonnie and Clyde infamy.
Texans love a good murder, just like everyone else. Investigate The Murder Mystery Company’s "Murder Mystery Texas" at Eddie Deen’s Ranch and see if you can guess, “who dunnit”. But be careful: You’re not only an investigator trying to solve the case, you’re also a suspect.
The first settlement in what is now Dallas County began in late 1841. There has been a lot of history between then and now, but the history of the area goes back even further. If you are interested in learning something about the history — cultural, economic, political and social — of the Dallas area then the Old Red Museum might just be the place for you.
Many people would be surprised to learn that the Dallas/Fort Worth area is known today as the Aviation Capital of the World, and would be equally surprised to learn the roll the area has played in aviation history. To learn more about the aviation history of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, visit the Frontiers of Flight Museum.
Most people think of an aquarium as a container for fish but they can really be much more than that. At their most expansive the can be a fully realized, living display of any natural environment. In fact, when you step into the Dallas World Aquarium you might believe you were somehow transported to the Amazon.
Originally begun as a personal interest in sculpture, the collection of Raymond and Patsy Nasher evolved into a series of displays at NorthPark Center, a commercial real estate development owned by Nasher, then evolved into the Nasher Sculpture Center, an internationally recognized collection of works by some of the worlds greatest sculptors of the 20th century.
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