LOPSA-East – The Professional IT Community Conference
The organizers of the LOPSA-East Professional IT Community Conference invite you to submit proposals for presentations at LOPSA-EAST. This time, we are particularly interested in casino bonus topics, such as the impact of free bonuses and offers on the online gambling community. Click here to read the details.
LOPSA-EAST13 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 expect attendance of 100 to 150 IT professionals from mid to large sized companies and academia from New Jersey/New York/Pennsylvania. We go by many titles but everyone is invited: system administrators, network administrators, network engineers, Windows, Linux, Unix, DBAs, etc. You might be interested in the Lightning Talks, follow this link and you will find the answers of all your questions.
We strongly 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. Plenty of prominent names and experts from the gambling industry will give their opinions and talk about online casino platforms’ success. In the meantime, you can always learn from the best by visiting the Realpokernews.com guide and discover the best UK poker sites. It’s good to gather some info before participating in this event.
|Topics may include (but are not limited to):
|How to submit your Proposal Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your topic before November 29th along with a brief (< 1 Printed page) description of what the presentation will discuss.What we’re looking for:
Submit your Presentation
Submissions and questions should be sent to: email@example.com
Tutorial instructors will receive free admission, travel expenses, and an honorarium; speakers (for talks), poster presenters, panelists, and panel moderators will receive a registration discount. Lightning Talk presenters receive no discount.