Sessions must be submitted no later than Friday 29th January 2016.
Due to the limited number of available community sessions we will need to short-list proposed sessions and will notify you if your session is successful (and don't worry, if it's not short-listed you'll be able to present it at a future Melbourne VMUG event).
VMUG is a voluntary organisation for VMware users, vendor sponsorship covers the actual cost of each UserCon, and as such we're not usually able to cover travel costs for speakers, but we can offer you: -
- Industry recognition
- The opportunity to present to an understanding audience consisting of pre-qualified individuals
- The chance to raise your profile in the virtualisation community both locally and globally.
VMware employees, sponsors and vendors are eligible to submit community sessions, but only if you can clearly demonstrate that your content is independent of your company affiliation. If your organisation is a potential sponsor please contact VMUG HQ for details on event sponsorship (http://www.vmug.com/p/cm/ld/fid=52#UC).
Look at this link for more information on the Melbourne event, location and logistics etc. https://www.vmug.com/p/cm/ld/fid=12413
Any questions please feel free to contact @mvmug (https://twitter.com/mvmug) on Twitter.
We look forward to reviewing your presentation, thanks for your contribution!