[asterisk-dev] Speaking opportunities at Digium Asterisk World/IT Expo - Miami Beach - 1/31 and 2/1

David Duffett dduffett at digium.com
Wed Jan 2 16:45:25 CST 2013

Happy New Year. 

Digium Asterisk World is a set of conference sessions that run at IT Expo in Miami Beach, FL at the end of this month. 

See http://www.tmcnet.com/voip/conference/digium-asterisk-world/default.htm  for more details. 

The conference runs 1/30-2/1, and we have a small number (2 or 3 ) of speaking slot available, over 1/31 and 2/1. 

This presents an opportunity for you to talk about your contribution(s) to the Asterisk project or describe your interesting Asterisk implementations - identifying you as a thought-leader in your field. 

Digium Asterisk World is more commercially focussed than AstriCon, and a proportion of the audience will be looking for solutions, rather than specifically wanting to get directly involved in the implementation itself - so this may provide a way for you to meet customers, or to show the community what you have been up to with Asterisk. 

The sessions must be educational and non-commercial. No pitches.   

Each session is 45 mins in duration, including time for Q and A. 

As a thank you for your successful speaking submission, we will give you an all-access pass to IT Expo, which includes all conference sessions (for all tracks at IT Expo) and conference meals. 

[You will need to make your own arrangements to get to the conference and for local accommodation, if needed - we will not fund or contribute to this].   

Please get in touch with me directly if you would like to speak - sending a session title and description and a few lines about you, as a speaker. 

All the best, 


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