At your service: SUSE documentation team @SUSECON 2023
Finally! The long-awaited SUSECON 2023 live event is just around the corner.
It’s such a great feeling that we are back to normal after three years of pandemic. I’m sure you already know it: we will paint the Westin Grand Munich green inside out from Monday June 19th to Thursday June 22nd.
Join the live show
A vibrant atmosphere, an impressive agenda, experts sharing their knowledge real time and in person, energetic technical sessions, lively discussions, exchanging ideas and experiences during thrilling evening events, listening and dancing to the live music of the legendary SUSE band, laughter and happy faces – this is what you can expect.
Find the doc team
I am so much looking forward to next week. Partly of course because we, the SUSE (business-critical Linux) documentation team, have the pleasure again to take actively part in this very special event. Be assured, we have much to share with you 😊. During the entire event, we totally focus upon interaction and collaboration with our users and communities.
Find us at the Global Services kiosk in the Technology Showcase area from Tuesday to Thursday. Together with our friends from Consulting and Support, Frank Sundermeyer and I are waiting for you. Speak with us about our new modular and flexible approach to documentation. Discuss your ideas and proposals for SUSE Best Practices papers. Take the latest documentation survey directly at the booth to help us understand where we need to improve. Chat with us at the evening activities about doc tools and formats 😉.
If you want to understand how you can engage with us and contribute to high-quality Linux documentation, join us for our session on Thursday at 10am in meeting room Sydney.
And if you wish to attend SUSECON but are unable to make it to the in-person event, we’d love to see you at SUSECON Digital which starts on Wednesday June 28th. Just feel invited to both events – to reimagine the future of cloud-native computing, innovate at the edge and explore new frontiers in modern security together with SUSE.
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