Eric Sorenson from Puppet reminded me recently that some Foreman talks
would be lovely to have at PuppetConf this year, and asked me to pass on
the message below. Sadly, I then totally failed to do so (bad community
guy, bad!) - but there's still time!
If you do submit something, let me know! If you're speaking, I can hook you
up with swag to take with you
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The PuppetConf 2017 call for proposals is now open, and we’d love to
include your voice in the conversation. It’s happening in San Francisco,
California 10-12 October.
The link to submit your talk proposal is here:
We’re especially interested in:
• Stories and examples of DevOps success.
• Real-world adventures involving technologies like cloud and
containers, innovative integrations with Puppet, or using Puppet to manage
your applications, infrastructure, and datacenter.
• Introductory topics for getting started with Puppet; writing,
testing, and deploying modules; or your workflow and best practices
If you’re interested in presenting but want a hand developing your idea
into a great talk proposal, we’d love to help! Either email me directly or
stop by the #speaking channel in the Puppet Community slack and we’ll walk
through it together. (You can sign up at https://slack.puppet.com if you’re
not already on it)
Puppet celebrates diversity. Travel scholarships are available for speakers
from underrepresented groups in tech who may not otherwise participate in
PuppetConf. To apply, indicate your interest on the talk submission form.
Be sure to get your submissions in by 23 April.
Thanks, and hope to see you in October!
Eric Sorenson - firstname.lastname@example.org
director of product, ecosystem and platform