CFP for Puppet Camp London June 2017
This is your chance to talk about all of the interesting ways that you are using Puppet technologies in your environment! Keep in mind that your proposal must be for a technical talk (no pitches) that is primarily (more than 50%) about using Puppet technologies. Case studies with details about how you used Puppet to solve a problem in your environment make great sessions. Sessions will be 45 minutes long with Q&A, aimed at a beginner or intermediate level.

Submissions are due by May 1st!
Please make sure that you can attend the Puppet Camp on June 7th before submitting.
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Speaker Release and Waiver

AUTHORIZATION TO USE RECORDINGS AND MATERIALS. By checking the "I agree" box on the Call For Proposals (CFP) form, you understand and agree that Puppet,Inc. may capture your presentation in audio and/or video format (the captured presentation is a "Recording"). You further agree to provide Puppet with electronic copies of any written materials used by you in your presentation (e.g., powerpoint slides, etc.) ("Materials"). You agree that Puppet may use your name and likeness, and hereby grant to Puppet a license under any copyright rights that you have in the Recording or the Materials a perpetual right to use, modify, make derivative works of, reproduce, distribute, display and perform (in any medium, including the Internet) the Recording and the Materials, without any further compensation or further consideration, in connection with promoting, marketing and advertising the products and services of Puppet and its event sponsors.

You represent that you own the copyright to the Materials, or to the extent that you have used works belonging to a third party in your Materials, that you have a license to such third party works that is sufficient to enable you to grant Puppet the rights described above. Your presentation and Materials must comply with the Puppet Event Code of Conduct:

Speaker Release & Waiver
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Speaker's Name
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Company Name
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Email Address
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Session Title
The title of your talk should be a few words long and accurately describe the content of your proposed session.
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A short abstract of one to two paragraphs (150 words, max.) Please clearly explain why the topic is important and include a brief outline of the specific topics you will cover. Keep in mind that your submission will be competing with other potential talks, and you need to provide us with enough information to make an informed decision.
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Speaker Bio
The bio should be written in the 3rd person and should include expertise relevant to your proposed topic. If you are Puppet Certified, you should include it in your bio.
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Related Links and Additional Information
Please include any related links or additional information that you think would help us decide whether to select your session proposal.
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Audience for your talk
Is your talk something for Beginners or Intermediate Puppet users? Note that we get a lot of beginners at Puppet Camps, and we aren't accepting Advanced talks for this event (please do submit those to PuppetConf!).
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