Below is the information requested of speaker proposal submission for DeveloperWeek February 7 – 12. First round proposals will are DUE OCTOBER 3rd and second round proposals will be are DUE NOVEMBER 22nd. Speakers will be notified within 5 days of the proposal deadline if your proposal has been accepted, waitlisted, or rejected. If you are not accepted in the first round, you may still be accepted for the second.
DevNetwork conferences aim for a balanced representation of backgrounds, genders, ethnicities, ages, and roles for its speakers. Towards that goal, we ask that companies submitting speaker proposals make sure to submit executives from their companies representing a balanced diversity.
1) If you would prefer that DeveloperWeek find a panel for you, please choose that option in the first checkbox on the Speaker Inquiry Form.
2) Most accepted talks at DeveloperWeek are technical workshops covering a new languages, libraries, frameworks, API’s, or developer technologies. Most of our attendees are technical or have a technical background.
3) The second most accepted type of talk is panel talks offering diverse perspectives on an industry / technology.
4) Generally, it is our policy that submitted (unsponsored) talks only mention a vendor’s product on the first or last slide. If you want to go into more detail our value proposal on your vendor technology, please contact us about sponsored workshops.