Sharpen your No. 2 pencils
As you might expect, the Southern California Linux Expo — that’s SCALE 10X for those of you keeping score at home — starts a month early this year, and preparations are already in full swing.
So the folks that have to organize the Call for Papers, make the decisions, schedule the rooms, etc. — and that includes yours truly — remind you that the deadline for the SCALE 10X Call for Papers is rapidly approaching.
The SCALE team just sent out an announcement reminding those who plan to give a presentation or workshop at SCALE 10X that there are just a little over three weeks left to submit. The SCALE 10X Call for Papers closes on Nov. 17.
To submit a presentation for SCALE 10X, you have to first register as a speaker. Registrations from previous years are no longer valid. Speakers may submit multiple presentations.
For more information, visit this link.
Required tag line: SCALE 10X will be held from Jan. 20-22 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport in Los Angeles. For more information on the expo, visit the SCALE 10X page.
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