[erlang-questions] Fwd: Last chance to submit a proposal to speak at OSCON 2013

Francesco Cesarini francesco@REDACTED
Thu Jan 31 10:17:11 CET 2013

As always, it would be great to have a strong Erlang presence at OSCON 
this year. It is a huge conference (In excess of ten parallel tracks) 
with thousands of delegates from different programming communities and 
corners of the world. Last year, Loic spoke about Cowboy and Garrett 
gave a tutorial on Erlang, both to large, crowded rooms. In the halls, I 
kept on running into Erlang programmers. I warmly recommend you to 
submit a talk, as Erlang needs more exposure there relative to other non 
main stream technologies.


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Subject: 	Last chance to submit a proposal to speak at OSCON 2013
Date: 	Wed, 30 Jan 2013 14:53:42 -0800
From: 	O'Reilly Open Source Convention <oreilly@REDACTED>
To: 	francesco@REDACTED

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