Published on 11 August 2014 by

We have another wave of Puppet Camps is coming up in the fall, and we need speakers! Puppet Camps are one-day regional events held in cities all around the world for people who are using Puppet or interested in starting. At any Puppet Camp, you’ll get to talk to a diverse group of Puppet users, share experiences, and discuss potential implementations of Puppet with your peers — so submit a talk proposal today!

While we welcome both new and experienced Puppet users, presentations are often geared for beginners, so beginner-level talks are especially appreciated. A Puppet Camp talk is your chance to share all the interesting ways you are using Puppet technologies in your environment. You can talk about best practices, how you used Puppet to solve a problem in your environment, and what you learned. Keep in mind that these presentations should be technical, informative, and primarily about Puppet — vendor pitches or presentations focused on selling a solution will not be accepted.

Image of audience at Puppet Camp Amsterdam

Please submit your talk proposal to one or more of these upcoming Puppet Camps:

Puppet Camp Düsseldorf on October 16, 2014

  • Submit a talk: CFP deadline is August 16.
  • Note: Camp is the day after LinuxCon / Cloud Open on October 13 - 15.

Puppet Camp Melbourne on November 7, 2014

Puppet Camp Seattle on November 11, 2014

  • Submit a talk: CFP deadline is September 10.
  • Note: Held at USENIX LISA, which is November 9 - 14.

Puppet Camp London on November 17, 2014

Puppet Camp Atlanta on December 9, 2014

We're always adding new camps, so keep an eye on the Puppet Camp page to look for one in your favorite city.

Please submit a talk today, and we hope to see you at a Puppet Camp soon!

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