AstriCon 2013 (10th Anniversary special) – All the details, before anyone else has them!!

I’m having to whisper, because I’ve got all the details about AstriCon 2013 – and I’m spilling them just for you, before anyone else has them. The official release will happen later today – so you really are the first to know!

I can reveal that AstriCon, the only ‘must-attend’ Asterisk user event in the world, will be at the at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center in Atlanta, GA (as its name suggests) from October 8-10 this year.

We’re expecting more Asterisk enthusiasts, telephony geeks, smart business types that are in the know and gifted developers than ever before.

Not only that, but Asterisk 12 *may* be released around that time, and we’ll have the Asterisk developers on hand to give you the lowdown on the most fundamental changes made to Asterisk for years.

If you would like to submit a paper for AstriCon, I’ve even got the link to the submissions page ahead of everyone else too – it’s here!

Remember, this is just between us. Don’t let anyone else know that I sneaked this information out to you ahead of time…

Oh, and keep checking up at www.astricon.net as we will be adding regular updates about this wonderful event right there.

This AstriCon really is going to be a monster, so plan to attend, speak, participate or just plain hang out with us NOW.

All the best,

David

PS – I’ve just heard that the hotel has a special AstriCon rate of $169/night, just mention ‘AstriCon’ when you book – but get in quick!

About the author

David works with the Worldwide Asterisk Community for Digium, and is an Asterisk enthusiast in addition to being a Chartered Engineer, globally experienced trainer and public speaker. His experience includes Air Traffic Control communications, Wireless Local Loop, Mobile Networks, Computer Telephony, Voice over IP and Asterisk specifically. In addition to many web articles, David's publications include Asterisk 1.4: The Professional's Guide (Packt, co-author) and the contribution of a chapter (on Internationalisation) to Asterisk: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly). David is a frequent speaker at Astricon (THE annual global Asterisk event, where David often runs an Asterisk-based contest), AsterConference Asia (David has also MC'd at this event), IT Expo (East and West) and a number of corporate events. He has also spoken at numerous other conferences - VoIP Developer, Speech World, CT Expo and UC Expo to name a few. David has also delivered Presentation Skills training and coaches Executives on Public Speaking.

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