[asterisk-users] Don't Miss Out - AstriCon is NEXT MONTH!
dduffett at digium.com
Mon Aug 22 23:28:57 CDT 2016
If you, like me, have a tendency to leave things until the last minute, you
may be in danger of missing out on AstriCon this year - as it is a little
earlier than usual, September 27-29 in Glendale, AZ. www.astricon.net
Three days of nothing but Asterisk-themed talks, demos and Expo exhibits
are bound to help you learn more, progress your projects, perfect your
solutions or even find customers for your new Asterisk-related thing!
Key member of the Asterisk development team will be on hand to chat and
answer questions, as well as presenting (along with Matt Jordan, Digium
CTO) some of what they have been up to in our closing keynote session...
Talking of keynotes, we have two more top class addresses this year, from
Bill Ledingham, CTO/EVP of Engineering at Black Duck Software and Chris
Matthiue, Director of IoT Engineering at Citrix. BTW, these will not be
officially announced until later today, but I wanted you to know first!
You really don't want to miss those... www.astricon.net
In addition to all of the above, there are more projects than ever before
represented in our Open Source Showcase this year - including Kamailio,
FreeSWITCH, Homer, CGRates and OpenSIPS!
As always, Asterisk initial creator, Mark Spencer and Allison Smith, the
first lady of Asterisk will be on hand to participate in all the fun.
As well as coming to AstriCon yourself, you could always share the love by
bringing some colleagues with you, using the excellent Diamond Pass. Full
details at www.astricon.net
Hope I get to see you in Glendale!
All the best,
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