Published on 10 March 2014 by

The deadline for PuppetConf proposals is approaching, so get those awesome talk proposals submitted into the CFP before midnight PST on March 18 March 21!
Update: Deadline extended

If you want to get a better feel for the types of talks we expect, you can visit the PuppetConf 2013 video page. You can also read our earlier blog post to learn more about what we want to see at PuppetConf 2014. Heads up: We are offering travel scholarships for women speakers at PuppetConf.

We are holding a Puppet Contributor Summit at PuppetConf, so if you are currently contributing to our projects and modules, or would like to start contributing, you should consider attending the Puppet Contributor Summit, too.

You can also apply to speak at one of our several upcoming Puppet Camps in locations like Tokyo, Toronto, Washington, DC, and more.

Both PuppetConf and Puppet Camps attract many attendees who are new to Puppet, so don't feel like you have to submit an advanced topic. Some of the most valuable sessions can be about how you've implemented Puppet in your own environment — and what you've learned along the way!

Speaking Opportunities

PuppetConf: September 23 - 24 in San Francisco

Puppet Camp Tokyo: May 19

Puppet Camp Washington DC: June 5

Puppet Camp Toronto: Early June (exact date TBD)

  • CFP deadline: April 30
  • Submit a proposal
  • Note: DevOpsDays Toronto is planned for sometime in the 1st 3 weeks of June, and we plan to hold Puppet Camp Toronto during the same week.

Puppet Camp Dallas: June 10

Puppet Camp New York City: July 8

Puppet Camp Chicago: August 19

If you haven't registered for PuppetConf yet, you can get $349 off the regular price of $995 if you register now!

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