Interested in BSD? Try BSDCan
the week before PGCon.
Can't make BSDCan? How about arriving early to help with the Collaborative Docsummit on Sunday?
All prices in Canadian dollars (except those in the USD column) and include all taxes.
* - USD values are shown only for those paying by cheque, in USD.
1 - If your employer is paying for you to attend the conference, you should register as Corporate. If you are paying for the conference out of your own pocket, please register as Individual.
2 - Each additional person from the same corporation. In general, if the company is paying, you should be buying a corporate registration. We trust that you do the right thing.
3 - You must provide valid student ID when picking up your registration pack.
4 - You must provide valid ID from University of Ottawa when picking up your registration pack.
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How will registration work?
Registration is a 5 step process:
You will get two emails from PGCon. The first email indicates that your registration information has been received (it should arrive almost immediately after you complete step 3). The second will arrive after we have received notification of your payment (usually with 48 hours). NOTE: it is not unusual for us to wait until a couple of weeks before the conference to start sending out confirmations. Your registration process is not completed until you receive the confirmation email from PGCon that indicates everything has been paid in full (i.e. the second email).
NOTE: if you are paying by cheque, it may take 5-14 days to process your payment. Your second email will not arrive until after your cheque has cleared.
Registering multiple people
If you wish to register multiple people:
This will help us distribute your payment against each person. If you happen to make multiple payments, forwarding a list of names will also help us follow the trail. Thank you.
PGCon offers several payment methods.
PGCon has a harassment policy. All conference attendees are expected to comply with this policy. Mind you, it's pretty much common sense, courtesy, and plain old good behaviour. Such conduct is pretty much expected within our community and is the norm.
Registration opened on 2012.03.14. You can start your registration now! (or just click on that link to read more information).