NZNOG 2013 - registrations open
Registrations for New Zealand's pre-eminent technical Internet
networking conference - NZNOG 2013 - are now open.
Hosted by the New Zealand Network Operators Group, NZNOG 2013 is the
country's only technical networking conference, and features a host of
plenary sessions, practical workshops and tutorials.
Spaces are limited, so register now and join your fellow ICT specialists
for a feast of information sharing, technical up-skilling and
To register, please visit http://www.nznog.org/register
What: NZNOG 2013
When: 21 - 25 January 2013
Where: Mercure Hotel, Wellington
The platinum conference sponsor is Vocus Communications.
NZNOG 2013 incorporates two three-day practical workshops, a one-day of
technical tutorials and the conference-proper.
Workshops: 21 to 23 January, 2013
Advanced routing - taught by Philip Smith, APNIC
DNSSEC - trainer to be confirmed
Tutorial: 23 January, 2013
Topics to be confirmed
Conference-proper: 24 - 25 January, 2013
Programme and keynote speakers to be confirmed
A range of pricing options are available, including a heavily-discounted
Main conference (waged) - $250.00
Main conference (student) - $50.00
Practical workshop (advanced routing or DNSSEC) - $150.00
Tutorial - $50.00
Conference Fellowships available
Assistance is available to those people that mightn't otherwise be able
to attend NZNOG 2013 but have a lot to offer to, or gain from, the NZNOG
Fellowships are open to all - employed, unemployed, students, programmers.
Fellowships will cover conference and tutorial registration fees, and
accommodation. Travel assistance may also be considered.
- Write a few paragraphs explaining why they need a fellowship to NZNOG
2013 and what they hope to get out of it.
- Demonstrate a history of involvement in some aspect of the NZNOG
community or an intent to become involved, and how attending NZNOG 2013
will benefit them.
- Actually attend the NZNOG sessions!
- Fellowship prospects will be helped greatly if applicants are
presenting, or intend to present a conference paper, lightning talk or
otherwise contribute to the conference.
If you are interested in being considered for a fellowship please e-mail
More information about NZNOG 2013 can be found at www.nznog.org
For sponsorship opportunities please contact sponsorship(a)nznog.org.
Gerard (NZNOG 2013 Organising Committee)