The North American PowerShell Summit 2016 will take place at the Meydenbauer center in Bellevue WA. on April 4-6 2016. The Summit is a community event, with community based speakers. That means we need you to submit sessions. Members of the PowerShell team will be attending, and speaking, as in previous years as will a number of PowerShell MVPs. One of the goals of PowerShell.org is to help build the PowerShell community and that means helping and developing new speakers. You don’t have to be an established speaker to present at the Summit – just knowledgeable about your topic and enthusiastic about PowerShell.
We’ll be posting the official “Call for Topics” next week. This is a warning to get you thinking about topics you can present at the Summit. Standard sessions are 45 minutes with Q&A though expect discussions to continue over coffee.
This year we’re expecting to be able to cover at least some of the hotel room costs for speakers – more details next week.
In the mean time – start thinking of those ideas and be ready to submit them when we open up the event site for speaker submissions. Established expert or new-comer – we need your sessions to make the Summit work. We’ve had 3 excellent NA Summits so far – your session will help make 2016 the best one yet.