Yes, 15 April next year may seem far away. But 30 October this year isn't. And that's when the Call for Paper closes.
Some UC 2008 highlights:
- Conference theme is "Harnessing the Power of MySQL"
- We expect to bring over 1,500 open source and database users together
- Over 100 sessions, geared toward many skill levels (novice to expert)
Consider to present, especially if you belong to one or more of the below categories:
- Developer or DBA at an established or up-and-coming company
- Business manager with purchasing authority
- Strategist, business developer, CTO, CIO
- Technology evangelist, scout, entrepreneur pushing their enterprise boundaries
- Researcher, academic, programmer
To learn how to phrase your submission, click on the below picture and remember
- Be creative! Conference participants want to hear about real-world scenarios using MySQL, about ways they can be more productive, or write better code. Please submit original session and tutorial ideas that focus on hands-on instruction and real-world examples.
- Be descriptive! Include in your proposal as much detail about the planned presentation as possible. The more we know about what you plan to present, the better.
- Be specific! Proposals which are vague or cover too much material are unlikely to be accepted. If you think your proposal covers too much of a topic, consider submitting two proposals which split the material into different sessions.