OSMC | Open Source Monitoring Conference | November 5 – 8, 2018 | Nuremberg
Hello Monitoring Lovers,
Great events cast their shadows ahead: From November 5 – 8, 2018, Open Source Monitoring Conference will take place in Nuremberg – with two days of enlightening presentations on November 6 & 7, one day of technical workshops on November 5, and the fun community hackathon on November 8. Call for papers is still open until July, 31 – and for all monitoring enthusiasts considering to register: We have good news for you!
You can choose the presentation format that suits you!
Decide between three options:
- Ignite talk – 5 minutes: As a presenter, you must make tough decisions. How long should you present? How many slides should you create? How should you organize the speech? – You prefer a clear structure? Submit an Ignite talk: Five minutes to talk accompanied by 20 slides, 15 seconds each.
- 20 – 25 minutes: An Ignite talk is not exactly the right thing for you, but nevertheless you like to put things in a nutshell and keep it short and simple? For you we have created the short lecture format limited to 20-25 minutes.
- 50 – 55 minutes: Your findings require more time? You are used to presenting in around an hour? Or you want to integrate a live demonstration of a feature into your talk? Submit a talk for the longer lecture format of 50 – 55 minutes.
A Q&A session is scheduled after each presentation. The conference will be held in English and German. Presentations in English are particularly welcome!
My colleague Keya has already given you a bundle of reasons why you should get on stage. Check out her list! In short – being a speaker at OSMC you can:
- Add new research to your list
- Increase your productivity
- Be the Open Source monitoring agent of change
- Monitor your social life
For guidelines for speeches and to submit a talk visit: osmc.de