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Full disclosure: I know some of the people on the committee and helping to organize this conference.

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    I have a strong proposal for a tutorial in creating, developing, and maintaining a secure IoT cloud network. Primarily, it revolves around the usage of Tor, configuration options that allow seamless handling of .onion addresses on Linux, and Node.Js (Node-Red) production of said code.

    I already have a write-up over on Hackaday.io , with how to do all the hardware dev side.

    https://hackaday.io/project/12985-multisite-homeofficehackerspace-automation

    Since you said you have connections with the committee, can you ask if this the kind of material they are interested in?

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      Since you said you have connections with the committee, can you ask if this the kind of material they are interested in?

      Sorry. To clarify, I stated my connection to committee members in case people wanted to judge this post as an ad/spam. I didn’t want to look like I was hiding some ulterior motive besides informing the community of the conference (it’s new, this will only be the second time being held).

      I was not implying that I had any pull or could help in any way to get access to the conference. All the information I know, is on the web site. Your best bet is to contact the conference directly using the specified means (submission is still TBD, but there is an email address for questions).

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        Oh, I didn’t think of anything ominous or underhanded. I’ve just never did any sort of conference like the caliber of the IEEE. Ive given speeches and discussions for small groups before.

        I was looking for some pointers if you thought this might be a good fit. Frankly, I’d rather not embarrass myself with something I think works, but ends up woefully inadequate.

        Sincerely, Josh