RuPy 11 Conference : Call for Proposals

:: Call for Proposals 2011

RuPy 11 :: Strongly Dynamic Conference
http://rupy.eu/

Poznan, Poland
October 14th-16th, 2011

RuPy is a conference about dynamically typed programming languages. Held
for the first time in April 2007 it gathered enthusiasts from Poland and
other countries.

The idea behind the conference is to liven up the community and make
these technologies more popular in Europe. RuPy is all about confronting
ideas. It is a unique opportunity to compare and contrast
state-of-the-art programming languages and its related technologies.

RuPy committee is looking for speakers willing to present a Python,
Ruby, Groovy, JavaScript or any other related subject. If you have an
interesting talk in mind go ahead and submit a talk proposal. The talk
proposal should include a talk title, brief introduction and your short
resume/biography.

Potential speakers should submit a talk proposal using the following
form:


by July 1st, 2011 for consideration.

Beginning 2011 the conference will provide workshops led by experts in
the domain.

If you have any special presentation needs, let us know at [email protected]
For more details check our site:
http://www.rupy.eu.

You can also support us by linking to our site and informing all your
friends about the event and the possibility to submit a talk proposal.

Thanks !

– RuPy Committee

Hi,

How long are the slots? I have an idea for a 20 minutes talk, but it
would not fit for 45.

Regards,
Florian

On Jun 8, 2011, at 5:20 PM, J. P. Nowak wrote:

The idea behind the conference is to liven up the community and make these
technologies more popular in Europe. RuPy is all about confronting ideas. It is a
unique opportunity to compare and contrast state-of-the-art programming languages
and its related technologies.
http://www.rupy.eu.

You can also support us by linking to our site and informing all your friends
about the event and the possibility to submit a talk proposal.

Thanks !

– RuPy Committee


Florian G.

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