For the 2016 policy please review this page: http://casitconf.org/casitconf16/conference-anti-harassment-policy/
March 13-14, 2015, Seattle, WA
We invite you to present a talk or tutorial at the 2015 Cascadia IT Conference in Seattle.
CasITConf is a gathering of professionals from the diverse IT community in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. We gather to learn from each other, share ideas, and meet new friends. Whether you are paid to work with computers or just like to experiment with technology, your time is well spent at CasITConf.
The conference includes presentations, invited speakers and keynote talks, as well as tutorials by top-notch experts. We expect attendance of 100-125 people from the IT community, businesses, and academic institutions in and around Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia.
Presentations must relate to using and managing computers, information infrastructure, and/or supporting people who use computer infrastructure. This can be anything from describing how to setup an enterprise quality web service infrastructure to how to manage your relationship with your Internet service provider.
You may submit as many proposals as you like. The conference committee will select proposals which are submitted with full information and those that we think will most benefit the IT community as a whole.
We are actively seeking proposals for talks and tutorials at CasITConf 2015.
Everyone is welcome to present! Public speaking experience is not required.
Each proposal, for talks or tutorials, should contain the following information. Make sure your description contains enough information for the Program Committee to understand what you propose to present.
Talks are relatively short, 50 or 80 minute, presentations that are designed to inform participants about a specific topic or subject. Presenters will have access to an overhead projector and may not require participants to bring any materials.
Tutorials are half-day deep technical presentations that are designed to teach participants somthing. Presenters will have access to an overhead projector and may require participants to bring laptops, notepads, or other equipment.
In addition to the above, please submit a proposal with the following information.
Lightning talks are very short, 5 minute, presentations designed to spark interest or call to action. Lightning talks do not have access to overhead projectors or any other equipment.
Lightning talk registration will be available at the welcome desk during the reception.
Please visit http://www.casitconf.org/ for more information on CasITConf ’14 and presenting at this great event.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email the organizers at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register at EventBrite then Schedule your tutorials. Early-Bird registration lasts until the end of February….