[ANN] Lone Star Rubyconf 2008 - Now Accepting Speaker Proposals

Greetings from LSRC 2008

The second annual Lone Star Ruby Conference
is now accepting speaker proposals for the
Sep 4-6 conference in Austin, TX.

All Ruby-related topics will be considered.
Speakers will receive free admission to the
conference and the training sessions.

Speakers:
To submit a proposal for a 45-minute session,
please provide the following:

Name
Phone Number
Title
Abstract (< 500 words)
Email the above to: submit at LoneStarRubyconf.com

This year we have added an optional day of
hands-on training on the first day of the conference.
Trainers will receive free admission to the conference,
as well as compensation (amount TBD) for training.

Courses can be either 3hr (half day) or
6hr (full day). It is recommended that courses
be team taught.

Trainers:
When submitting a course curriculum outline,
remember that a training course is not an extended
talk. Trainers should provide labs and hands on
learning experiences for the participants. An idea
course submission will contain practical skills
that participants can take away and begin using
immediately to improve their coding.

To submit your proposal, please provide the following:

Name(s)
Phone Number(s)
Course Length (3 or 6 hr)
Course Title
Curriculum Outline (1 to 2 pages per 3hr class)
Email the above to: submit at LoneStarRubyconf.com

Proposals are due May 3, 2008.

If you have questions, please contact Jim F. at
info at LoneStarRubyconf.com.


Jim F. and the Lone Star Rubyconf 2008 Conference Team
http://LoneStarRubyconf.com

For sponsorship, media or promotional partner opportunities,
contact Jim F. at info at LoneStarRubyconf.com.

P.S. Proposals are due by midnight May 3, 2008.

P.P.S. You can follow conference announcements on Twitter at
http::/twitter.com/lsrc

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