The KansasFest Planning Committee looks forward to seeing you next week! We’re committed to everybody having an excellent trip, so please let us know if we may help with anything.
Vintage Computer Federation is pleased to announce an expansion of the Vintage Computer Festival series to the Pacific Northwest.
The first VCF PNW will be held at Living Computers: Museum + Labs in Seattle, Washington on February 10-11, 2018. Seattle is a rich and vibrant tech hub with beautiful scenery
Imagine a stage! With an enthusiastic audience! Talented acts performing! And judges giving the performances a thumbs up or down!
No, this is not that popular summer television event. It is the annual KansasFest tradition, now nearly twenty years old, of encouraging programmers who have a vision of something cool, amazing,
KansasFest is more than scheduled sessions. Hallway discussions, late-night hacking, and crazy contests are all normal. One of the traditions is a door sign contest. These aren’t “normal” door signs; KansasFest door signs are often interactive, exhibit unique memorabilia, and involve extensive planning. Besides showing off your creativity, resourcefulness, and
KansasFest is a great opportunity to meet some of the vendors who support our community. You’re able to ask questions, get help, and sometimes get special deals. Here are some of the KansasFest-only special offers:
Registration rates rise about $55 after May 31. That’s less than a week away, and this year is on track to be the largest KansasFest this millennium.
Antoine Vignau and Olivier Zardini, the French Brutal Deluxe Software programming team known for countless original Apple II programs and
While the evenings and nights of KansasFest are renowned for their spontaneity, the mornings and afternoons are reserved for sessions spanning a variety of uses, extensions, and applications of the Apple II family. Just as varied as these sessions are the good people who volunteer to present them. If you