On April 20, 2017 the Open Tech Day 2017 conference will be held. The conference will be taking place at conference venue 'Jaarbeurs' in Utrecht, Netherlands. The organizing committee is looking for you as a speaker to present your session in one of the available timeslots.
If you have an interesting Open source & IT Business related topic that you would like to present, this is your chance. A timeslot has 45 minutes. Attendees typically have intermediate to advanced open source experience and are looking for practical content to enhance their knowledge. Most valued sessions include best practices, code samples and/or live demos. Besides regular technical sessions, we are also looking for hands-on labs proposals, interactive workshops and unconference-style sessions. Submitting multiple papers is allowed of course.
If you have any questions regarding the call for papers, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Open cloud: - OS cloud operating systems- Data center of the future- Open stack- Digital transformation- Storage management
Open data:- Open source solutions & Big Data- Storage and Open data solutions- Blockchain
Open Enterprise:- Open source applications for business decisions- Open source and business critical apps- Downtime and security - CRM, Resource planninge software, webshop software, CMS, databases & Infratstructure- Middleware
Open development:- Devops in the community- Internet of Things (IoT)- Docker- Microservices- Openshift
Open future:- Mobility & IoT- Openremote.com- Home automation
Fortunately for us, we do receive lots of proposals. Mostly, over four times the amount of session slots available. This means we have to disappoint people as well. Sometimes we get angry e-mails or funky phone calls in return. That's why we like to share this information with you here and manage expectations up front.
Is it an honest system? Yes, we like to think so. This way we try to eliminate all kinds of conflicts of interests. Quality content first! If you think there's anything wrong with that, or have suggestions for improvement, we would love to hear from you. Drop the selection committee a line at email@example.com