LinuxConf [ZA] 2018

Johannesburg, South Africa - October 08, 2018

https://linuxconf.co.za

CFP closed at  July 06, 2018 22:07 UTC
  (Local)

Introduction

LinuxConf [ZA] is a one-day conference aimed for the Linux and Open Source community within South Africa. It provides anyone working on or with Linux and Open Source tools & applications, or with a passion for Open Source development, to discover new trends, network with like-minded individuals, irrespective of whether the attendees are developers, system or database administrators, or anyone else working with Linux and Open Source applications.

Talks

Talks should be 40 minutes long, including time for Q&A afterward and can take the form of a talk or demo.

Topics that can be covered at the conference can range from Linux Kernel and OS, Linux Distributions, Containers, Virtualisation, System Administration, Open Source Applications, Networking and Development Environments. In short, anything that pertains to Linux or Open Source tools or applications is a suitable topic.

Attendees of LinuxConf [ZA] range from sysadmins, database admins, developers and management, and range from junior to experienced.

Just make sure you are not doing a sales pitch in your talk.

Where and when

LinuxConf [ZA] 2018 will take place on 8 October at the Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Tickets and travel

All speakers will get a free ticket to attend the conference. There is a limited travel budget for non-local and international speakers. We cannot help everyone, but let us know and we’ll see what we can do to assist.

CFP Description

Topics that can be covered at the conference can range from Linux Kernel and OS, Linux Distributions, Containers, Virtualisation, System Administration, Open Source Applications, Networking and Development Environments. In short, anything that pertains to Linux or Open Source tools or applications is a suitable topic, as long as it is still relevant today.

Talks that do not deal with Linux and Open Source technologies, or generic tech talks will likely not be accepted.

Be clear about the Linux or Open Source technology you’re speaking about or the talk may be rejected.

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