Pulsar Summit is an annual conference dedicated to Apache Pulsar community, bringing together an international audience of CTOs/CIOs, developers, data architects, data scientists, Apache Pulsar committers/contributors, and the messaging and streaming community, to share experiences, exchange ideas and knowledge about Pulsar and its growing community, and receive hands-on training sessions led by Pulsar experts.
We are excited to announce that the first Pulsar Summit will be held in San Francisco in April, 2020. Talk submissions, pre-registration, and sponsorship opportunities are now open for the conference!
Presentations and lightning talks are accepted for speaking proposals. Suggested topics cover Pulsar use cases, operations, technology deep dive, and ecosystem. Submissions are open until January 31, 2020.
If you are unsure about your proposal, or want some feedback or advice in general, please do not hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to help out! Further details are available on the CFP website.
When your speaking proposal is approved, you will enjoy the following benefits:
If you are interested in attending Pulsar Summit San Francisco 2020, we’d like to hear from you with your pre-registration. Your ideas are very important to us, and we will prepare the content accordingly.
After you submit the pre-registration form, you will be added to the waitlist of Pulsar Summit San Francisco 2020. Once the registration is open, you will be notified with an email.
Pulsar Summit is a community run conference and your support is needed. Sponsoring this event will provide a great opportunity for your organization to further engage with the Apache Pulsar community. Contact us to learn more.
Help us make #PulsarSummit 2020 a big success by spreading the word and submitting your proposal! Follow us on Twitter (@pulsarsummit) to receive the latest updates of the conference!
Hope to see you at Pulsar Summit San Francisco 2020!
This post was originally published by Jennifer Huang on Apache Pulsar blog.