Call For Papers - Utah Open Source Conference

Utah Open Source Conference marketing at utos.org
Wed Mar 7 11:23:47 MST 2007


Utah Open Source Conference 2007: The Convergence…

September 6-8, 2007 - West Valley Cultural Celebration Center

Call for Papers

The Utah Open Source Conference is a gathering of prominent Utah
computer experts and business people with a common goal of applying
open source technologies to create real world solutions.

This conference is looking for presenters who wish to share their
experience and/or expertise with the community. Any subject associated
with the implementation or use of open source technology is welcome,
whether targeted at the business case, the geeks from the computer
room, or anywhere in between. We are looking for innovations and
solutions that can inspire and encourage others in their application
of open source in the real world.

Topic ideas include:

    * Business solutions (process, applications, infrastructure)
    * IT management and implementation
    * Web development
    * Language skills (Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby)
    * Emerging technologies

Presentations should be prepared for a 90 minute class.

**All submissions are due by April 30, 2007.**

To submit papers for this conference please send an outline to
participate at utos.org.

Example Outline:

    Title: Leveraging Open Source for Billing Infrastructures
    Keywords: Open Source, Billing, Accounting, Finance, Postgres, Perl
    Audience: Businesses wishing to learn about a new open source billing system
    Overview: Billing is a basic need of every business, but
accounting is missing from most programmer's educations. Learn about
available tools for the small business that have the right mix of
accounting and geek.

The Utah Open Source Conference is shaping up to be the key event for
Utah Technology. Whether you are presenting, or simply attending,
there will be something for everyone. Learn more at
http://www.utosc.org.

If you know anybody who would be interested in presenting, please
forward this message.


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