Over the coming weeks, a few of our Asterisk experts will be attending events throughout the Southeast in an effort to spread the Asterisk love. We would love to meet you at one of these upcoming events:
7th Annual Atlanta Asterisk Users Group VoIP Conference – May 11th, Atlanta, Georgia
The Asterisk Integration Workshop
Billy Chia, Technical Marketing Specialist, will be conducting the Asterisk Integration Workshop, a course specifically designed for the AAUG Conference. This free six-hour seminar will cover a introduction to Asterisk integration technologies such as AMI, AGI, database integration, advanced endpoint configuration and emerging technologies such as WebRTC in Asterisk 11. This intermediate-level technical lecture takes the next step in developing Asterisk solutions beyond basic configuration and dialplan scripting. A pre-requisite knowledge of Asterisk, Linux and programming is not required, but that prior knowledge will allow a participant to receive the most from the workshop.
Asterisk Advanced, June 3-7th, Huntsville, Alabama
The Asterisk Advanced course is a five-day, hands-on course that combines both lectures and labs to give you the theory behind the concepts and the hands-on experience to be able to effectively deploy Asterisk-based solutions. The dCAP exam is offered at the end of each Asterisk Advanced training course, so if you register for the course, you may also register for the exam for a nominal fee.
In this class, you will learn to create advanced dial plans and innovative telephony solutions by using the features of Asterisk. You’ll not only get important insights into VoIP best practices, but you also will explore how to connect Asterisk to a variety of devices, including analog phones and phone lines, digital phone lines, VoIP phones, and VoIP providers.
Southeast Linux Festival – June 7-9th, Charlotte, North Carolina
The Southeast LinuxFest is a community event for anyone who wants to learn more about Linux and free and Open Source software. It is part educational conference, and part social gathering. Like Linux itself, it involves sharing with attendees of all skill levels to communicate tips and ideas, and to benefit all who use Linux/Free and Open Source Software. LinuxFest is the place to learn, to make new friends, to network with new business partners, and most importantly, to have fun!
Asterisk trainer, Derek Peloquin, will be giving an introductory talk abouth the history and background of the Asterisk Open Source Project and the Asterisk Community. His talk will be followed by an architectural overview and preview of what’s new in the upcoming Asterisk version 12. Rusty Newton, Digium’s OS Community Support Manager and Derek are also planning an Installfest where they will guide attendees in getting Asterisk up and running. This talk should appeal to OSS enthusiasts, hobbiests, hackers and phreaks.
We look forward to seeing you at one of these events or at one of our future events. Speaking of which, go ahead and save the Date for AsteriCon 2013, October 8-10th in Atlanta, GA!