Once a year, open source practitioners, advocates, and communities gather at OSCON to learn, connect, and consider the state of open source. Roughly 400 people will be presenting—should you be one of them? If you have a new idea, a better way to do something, an interesting and instructive case study (battle scars optional), or the desire to pass on your hard-won knowledge, submit a proposal to lead conference sessions or tutorials at OSCON 2012. Speaking at the event is a great way to share what you know with your peers, while getting projects, ideas, and your company in front of a savvy and connected audience.
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