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Puppet Camp Call for Proposals: Berlin, Melbourne, Boston (Deadline: Feb. 28, 2020)
** Please submit early as we accept talks on a rolling basis. **
We're thrilled you're interested in submitting a talk to:
* Puppet Camp Berlin - March, 11, 2020
* Puppet Camp Melbourne - March 24, 2020
* Puppet Camp Boston - April 8, 2020
Puppet Camps are one-day, one-track events held around the world for Puppet practitioners and people working in teams that use Puppet. Join us— they're fun! Puppet Camps feature speakers passing on their best practices and brings the local community of Puppet users together to share knowledge, and spend quality time together.
** Puppet Camp Talks**
The content is focused on technical talks (30-45 minutes) for practitioners; we don't accept sales-y product pitches. Here are some topics to consider:
* Scaling DevOps practices
* Hybrid cloud deployments
* Cloud-native application delivery
* Ensuring security and compliance policies at scale
* Modernizing legacy infrastructure and applications
If you're not sure if it's a good fit, just submit it! We're excited to see what you have to share.
** How talks will be accepted **
Our CFP committee will review submissions and accept talks on a rolling basis until the deadline. We encourage you to submit early!
** Would you like feedback on your talk idea?**
We're happy to bounce ideas in the #speaking room the Puppet Community Slack, (
) You can also email community@puppet.
** Have questions? **
Please reach out to community@puppet or chat with us in the #puppet-camps room of the Puppet Community Slack, (
** Lastly, a note on travel **
Since Puppet Camps are regional events designed to bring the local community of Puppet users together, we do not cover travel costs for speakers.
City and Country You're Based Out of
City You're Submitting For
Berlin (March 11, 2020)
Melbourne (March 24, 2020)
Boston (April 8, 2020)
Title of Talk
Talk Abstract or Description
What will you cover in your talk? What will folks learn?
Anything else you'd like us to know?
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