[Philadelphia-pm] Call For Participation! LOPSA-EAST (formerly PICC) Sysadmin Conference, May 3-4, 2013, New Brunswick, NJ

Tom Limoncelli tal at whatexit.org
Thu Sep 6 06:47:05 PDT 2012

             *** CALL *** FOR *** PARTICIPATION ***

The organizers of the LOPSA-East (formerly PICC) Professional
IT Community Conference invite you to submit proposals for
presentations at LOPSA-EAST '13!

Interested in presenting?  Visit http://lopsaeast.org/2013/cfp
Interested in helping?  Email lopsa-east13chair at lopsaeast.org
Interested in attending?  Save May 3-4, 2013 on your calendar!


LOPSA-EAST13 (formerly PICC) is a gathering of professionals
from the diverse IT (computer and network administration)
community in New Jersey to learn, share ideas, and network.
The conference includes invited speakers and keynotes,
training by top-notch experts that is relevant, useful, and
recession-friendly; plus a 'Birds of a Feather' track where
attendees propose and host their own topics during the event.

We go by many titles but everyone is invited:
     system administrators, network administrators, network
     DevOps, SREs, engineers, Windows, Linux, Unix, DBAs, etc.

We welcome topics on best practices, new developments in
systems administration, and cutting edge techniques to better
manage Linux, Unix, or Windows hosts and environments.

All presentations should be of a technical nature and speakers
should assume that members of the audience have at least a few years
experience in general IT, Linux/Unix, and/or Windows administration.

The audience will primarily hail from businesses and academic
institutions in the New Jersey/New York/Pennsylvania area but
attracts people from Maine to Florida.

The full CFP is here: http://lopsaeast.org/2013/cfp  

Important dates:

Nov 11, 2012  Deadline for Submissions
Dec 21, 2012  Notify accepted Parties
Jan 11, 2013  Schedule to be published (approximate)
Feb 11, 2013  Conference registration opens (approximate)
May 3-4, 2013 LOPSA-East 2013  **SAVE** **THIS** **DATE**

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