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Leslie_Hubertus
Community Manager
Community Manager

In-person event for Agility 2020 has been cancelled.
Please see the Agility Event Page for more details.

(Update 2/28/2020)
In an abundance of caution for our customers, partners and employees, we have made the
tough decision to cancel our in-person event for Agility 2020 due to the escalating 
travel and safety concerns related to the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.

While we are disappointed to miss sharing ideas and solving problems with customers 
and partners from around the globe in person, we believe this is 
the best decision for everyone's welfare.

We are rapidly developing an alternative to Agility as a virtual experience in the 
near term to deliver valuable Lab, Break-out Session, Certification and 
Keynote content to our customers and partners.

Check back regularly for more details on the virtual event 
or email F5Agility@F5.com for additional information.

This is the announcement that the open call for proposals for Agility 2020 breakout and lightening talk sessions is now open!

The next Agility conference will be March 16-19, 2020 in Orlando, FL. We here at DevCentral officially invite our outstanding user community to submit abstracts for 50-minute breakout sessions and/or 15-minute lightening talks.

Do you have unique first-hand technical insights and real-world best practices to share? Are you an innovative user of F5 technology? Want to present for 60 minutes or just throw your hat in the ring for 15 minutes’ worth of a lightening round? Submit your proposal abstract(s) via this form for an opportunity to share your expertise with other F5 practitioners at Agility 2020.

When submitting your abstract, please choose one of the following tracks that most closely aligns with your proposed talk(s):

·       App Protect

·       Modern Application Development

·       Deployment Modernization

·       Open Source

We strongly recommend reading “Why Your Excellent Conference Talk Was Rejected” by Sarah Gray for tips on getting your proposal added to the agenda. Potential presenters may submit more than one abstract, with one proposal per submission. 

Submit your proposal abstract(s) by January 13th via this form.

Why present? 

·       Complimentary conference registration

·       Because you have something interesting to say

·       Professional recognition by your peers

·       Help your fellow users

·       Increased networking opportunities

·       Awesome shirt

Deadline for proposal submission: 11:59pm PST January 13, 2020 

Please email Leslie Hubertus at l.hubertus (at) f5 d0t com with any questions.

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