ECE Adjunct Bradley to Keynote at iCoast Tech Show

July 22, 2005

Tech Icon to Keynote 2nd Annual iCoast Technology Show

July 18, 2005
TMCnet; Business Wire
By staff report
Copyright 2005 

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 18, 2005-- 

EVENT: The InternetCoast Technology Show
LOCATION: Broward County Convention Center, Fort Lauderdale
DATE: Thursday, August 18, 2005: "Technology Day"
EVENT HOURS: 8:30AM - 5:30PM

Broward and Palm Beach Counties have officially designated Thursday, August 18, 2005 as "Technology Day"! This official proclamation reinforces the significance of the iCoast Technology Show and further promotes the biotechnology industries, companies, organizations and workforce that serve the InternetCoast region. 

Mark your calendar for the premiere tech event of the year - scheduled on our first official "Technology Day". The InternetCoast Technology Show brings together every major association and organization tied to technology. Don't miss this interactive gathering with top decision-makers in the industry - a day of networking, education and exposition. 

Meet Dr. David Bradley, the inventor of Ctrl-Alt-Delete, the computer code that has bailed out PC users around the world for decades. Bradley joined IBM in 1975 as an engineer in Boca Raton, Florida. By 1980, he was one of a team of 12 working to develop the IBM PC. Bradley retired from IBM in 2004 after almost 30-years of service. He currently teaches at North Carolina State University in Research Triangle Park. Don't miss his informative and entertaining lecture on "The History of the PC". 

Tech Show and Exhibitor information:
Phone: 954-563-0714
E-mail: Andy McNeill:

InternetCoast Contact:
Michael Corbit, Executive Director

About InternetCoast 

InternetCoast is a community-profit nonpartisan organization dedicated to cultivating Southeast Florida as a global science and technology hub and leading region for business entrepreneurship and investment. South Florida's InternetCoast is comprised of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties. InternetCoast works closely with the region's economic development organizations, including the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, the Broward Alliance, and the Miami-Dade Beacon Council, as well as with Economic Development Corporation and other entities, to promote regional economic growth. On the Web: