Earn an Impact Pass with Your Session Idea for Impact Developer Unconference
Steve LaFond 2700065SCJ Steve.LaFond@wispubs.com | | Tags:  ibmimpact impact unconference gwc developer
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There's a lot of things to be excited about when it comes to Impact. Product announcements, engaging keynote speakers and sessions, and the fact we get to meet so many people in the WebSphere Community from around the world under the fluorescent luminescence of Las Vegas! For me, however, the Impact 2013 Developer Unconference is the big draw. Why? Because the session topics are not only focused on what developers want to see, they're conceived and suggested by developers.
Over at the Global WebSphere Community, we've been holding a contest where you can submit and rate ideas on what you'd like to see covered at the Unconference. If you enter your submission before March 15, you could win a full conference pass to Impact (see rules)! For inspiration, here are just two of the great submissions we received:
The Adventurous Developer's guide to JVM Languages
These are just two of the amazing ideas for the Unconference, but there's something missing. Your topic idea. Head over to the site and submit your own, as well as rate the ones you'd like to see. Finally, while the chance to win the Impact Pass ends on March 15, we'll continue to accept ideas through March and April leading up to Impact.
We're looking forward to seeing what you come up with, and I hope to meet you in Vegas!
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