vBrownBag Tech Talks
The vBrownBag crew will be producing TechTalks in the VMTN theatre at VMworld in both San Francisco and Barcelona

TechTalks are a 12 or 27-minute presentation by community members on subjects of interest to other members. An easy entry into conference speaking as the live audience is usually small.
TechTalks are listed in the Schedule Builder, then live streamed, video recorded, and published to YouTube.
We will have facilities to capture your slides and (Internet access willing) live demos using our Mac.
Presentations are kept brief to allow us to accept as many presenters as possible.
We expect to have more sessions proposed than we can accept, please only propose your one or two best topics.
Community sessions are educational, commercial and sales content may only be presented by sponsors,
In order to present you must be a registered attendee at VMworld USA or EMEA.

US session submissions are now closed, we are still accepting EMEA session proposals.

If your organization would like to sponsor the vBrownBag TechTalks then please contact alastair@vbrownbag.com
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Email address *
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Twitter handle
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Web site
Optional, also for promotion
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Title of your TechTalk *
Keep this short and interesting, it is used in publicity and the schedule
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Session abstract *
A brief summary of what you will cover, we will publish this in Schedule Builder and with your video on YouTube. We also use this to choose sessions if we cannot accept every proposed session.
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Is this a community session?
How long do you need?
We usually make 4 TechTalks per hour, so you get 12 minutes on stage. We can push two slots together to give you 27 minutes on stage. Keep in mind that we like to give everyone a chance to present, 12 minute TechTalks are much preferred.
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Let us know which conference(s) you will be at
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