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Irish Open Source Technology Conference

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The Irish Open Source Technology Conference http://iotc.firstport.ie (blog live) is a two day event in Dublin, Ireland on June 18th - 20th.

We're currently finalising the full agenda and have a few speaker opportunities available.

Interested? Here's what to do.

Email an abstract of your proposed session, the relevance to the open source community and the benefits to our audience of developers and IT-Pro's. barry at Irish Dev dotcom.

In addition to the physical event audience, the sessions will be filmed and streamed live ( http://iotc.firstport.ie ), recorded and produced to DVD. Therefore, we will require confirmation that you are happy to have your presentation filmed and published.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Best
Barry
Skype: beeps66

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