If you get selected as a speaker, here’s what you get:
If you want to bring a significant other, or bring your kid(s) and need child-care to be sorted out for the time of the conference, please get in touch. We are here to make this easy for you!
If your employer can cover your travel and hotel, we are happy to list them as a travel sponsor. The money we save will be used to make the conference even better.
Not everybody is a natural talent on stage. Not everybody can produce kick-ass slide-decks. Not everybody is a live-demo god.
There are about a million reasons why you don’t consider yourself a speaker. We are here to prove you wrong. We are here to help you to develop or hone the skills you need to deliver a great presentation.
Get in touch: [email protected] (just don’t use this to submit a proposal).
If you need more encouragement, check out our great friend Tiffany's site We Are All Awesome that aims to convince you to speak at a conference.
Submit your proposal by October 31st, 2017, 23:59:59 GMT. No excuses. All talks should be in English.
Talks will be 30 minutes. There is no Q&A. We will be on a tight schedule and will end talks that overrun. We strongly encourage you to time your presentation in advance.
Keep it snappy. Proposals should be around two paragraphs.
No marketing or sales in your talk. Some of the most interesting talks, however, are born from experiences working on your product.
All talks will be recorded and published on the internet for free. We do this for the benefit of those who can’t make it to the conference. If you are in any way uncomfortable, let us know, and we will work things out.
Finally, since you retain full ownership of your slides and recording, we’d like to ask you to make your materials and recording available under a creative commons (we default to no commercial reuse) or other open source licenses.