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Re: [ljc] Open Conference - Call for Session abstracts/Workshops

From: user 1.
Sent on: Friday, November 11, 2011 12:37 PM
Hello all,
I have just added a small workshop on getting started with Clojure, only a laptop and a curious mind are required for this session.  There are a good range of topics on the evolving schedule and more are being added as we get closer to the event.

I am also running a kickstart session on Atlassian developer tools, again giving you a chance to get started quickly and become familiar with the toolset that is used by over 80,000 open source projects.

I will be doing a lightning talk on continuous deployment - if there is interest on the day I would be happy to facilitate a BoF or workshop on this topic.  Let me know either on the list, via tweet or direct email or just on the day.

Thank you.

On 11 November[masked]:55, Martijn Verburg <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi all,

I'll also add that as there is an un-conference element to the day that bringing along talks, lightning talks or ideas for Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions is also welcome.

Oh, and we're almost at capacity - I'd get in fast :-)


On 11 November[masked]:40, Simon Maple <[address removed]> wrote:

With the Open Conference approaching fast, we're a little low on sessions and workshops, so why not submit something about a technology or area that you're interested in talking about.  Take a look at some of the already proposed sessions here for some ideas ->

Presentation sessions are 30 minutes in length for a full session, but you can also try a lightning/ignite talk which are 5 mins + q&a if you prefer.  Workshops are typically 60mins+ as there is often longer set up time.  Alternatively you could present on a topic that has already been suggested which we need a speaker for. These are also listed on the proposed sessions page.

To submit any kind of session, or to offer to present an already proposed session which needs a speaker, let Martijn Verburg know at [address removed].

Martijn:  I notice there's an OSGi topic in the sessions that need a speaker... I'm happy to rerun my intro to OSGi session again.


Simon Maple

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