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Looks like TMC has posted my presentation from AstriCon 2011! You can see the presentation in its entirety over here:
And the presentation along with the demo configuration files is available on my website at:
The presentation and configuration files from my presentation at AstriCon 2011 today is available at:
I’ll be speaking at AstriCon today (and tomorrow) about building a distributed call centre. The presentation will be 35 minutes long and will contain a set of slides that moves you from an existing traditional PBX system up through a distributed model (which happens to use a call centre as the example system).
A PDF of the presentation along with the configuration files from the demo will be available on my website after the presentation. I’ll post links to the files on my blog here shortly after the presentation finishes.
Hope to see you there!
Check out http://leifmadsen.com and click on the presentations tab. Under that tab you will find my presentations from AstriCon 2010, ’5 Things You Didn’t Know Asterisk Could Do‘ and a slightly updated version of my ‘Building Distributed Queue Systems‘ presentation. Both are in PDF format.
Both presentations went over extremely well, and I think both probably ended up being, or nearly being, my best presentations ever given. In previous years I’ve given presentations on distributed Asterisk systems and last year at IT360 I gave my ”5 Things You Didn’t Know Asterisk Could Do” presentation, so perhaps being somewhat familiar with the format helped. I completely rewrote the ‘5 Things‘ chapter though, so you’ll find some cool new information there if you’ve previously seen me give it.
The presentations were also video taped, so I’m really hoping that the AstriCon people will get those made available soon. I myself want to see if I’m just dreaming about how well I did
For those who missed it, you’re able to get a PDF of my AstriCon 2009 presentation from the http://www.astricon.net website.
There are additional presentations available from the conference as well. Check them out here: http://www.astricon.net/2009/astricon/agendaAtaGlance.aspx
Overall, the conference was extremely well attended and I had a great time. I’ve been to a lot of conferences, and AstriCon is definitely a premiere conference that is professionally run, and contains a great deal of useful information by well versed presenters with little fluff (i.e. sales pitches). I met a bunch of great people there who are quite intelligent, and hope to keep in contact with them.
If you’re looking for conferences to budget for next year, definitely keep AstriCon on your short list.