We know that one of the harest parts about wanting to speak and share your knowledge is finding out where you can present. It's hard to keep up with all of the different open submissions, so let us help with that!
Events listed below are ordered by the end dates of their Call for Papers, ending soonest first. To keep up with the latest additions to the site, subscribe to our feed.
If you have a call for papers you'd like everyone to know about, email it over to firstname.lastname@example.org
Speaker benefits: Free entrance, accommodation including breakfast, lunch and drinks provided. Travel and additional expenses subject to the available budget.
CakeFest is the annual conference dedicated to the CakePHP framework and related technologies, hosting live workshops, and inviting a variety of great speakers, to give the very best in presentations and talks on the latest from the community.
The workshops are a great way to learn CakePHP, and get up-to-date with the latest version 3.0 and innovations directly from the core developers, while the conference days are packed with presentations, discussions and talks, and an ideal moment to learn more from the community.
It's a great opportunity to network, meet friends old and new, and have some fun with the core members of the project. Plus, there's cake!
The conference is by mobile developers, for mobile developers. We have two days with multiple tracks, designed in such a way that whether you’re an android, iOS or other mobile platform developer, there’s always at least one session that should be of interest. In 2012 we had highly acclaimed speakers such as Mike Lee, Graham Lee, Jeff LaMarche and Matt Gemmell. The 2013 schedule will be announced when the call for papers closes. The venue is epic, it’s the 1920′s classic Tuschinski Theater in Amsterdam. We expect around 275 attendees.
PHP runs over 80% of the internet at the moment. Take a moment to think about that staggering statistic. Because of this, the use-cases of PHP are extremely broad, and we want php[tek] to reflect that. We therefore want submissions that cover the entire range of Web Development processes. We want to hear about how PHP is getting the job done throughout the world.
Eli, Sandy, Oscar, and Kevin are planning on carrying on the great tek tradition of quality content and community that we’re all used to from the BP crew!
We are not only announcing the conference, but also opening up the Call for Papers as well! Given that we’ve had a little bit of a late start on this, we are going to keep the CfP open until Jan 15th 2013 – But don’t wait until the last minute. Submit early! Submit often! If you’ve spoken before, we welcome you back! If you’ve never spoken before, we invite you to contribute your knowledge and experience to the greater PHP community (and have a blast while doing so!)
Welcome back to Lone Star PHP for another great year! We're in our fourth year and we're making things better all the time. This year's event will provide all of the great PHP speakers and content you've come to expect from Lone Star PHP. There'll be plenty of time to spend with the local PHP community too through after-parties and other events.
Much like last year's conference, we'll be hosting a Fundamentals track during the first day of the event, but we'll also be looking for 26 other speakers to fill all of the regular speaking slots.
Speakers will be announced on January 20th, 2014. In the mean time, submit a paper to become a 2014 Lone Star PHP speaker!
Call for speaker submissions is open for Stir Trek 2014!
We are looking for both technical and non-technical sessions pertaining to web, mobile, and client application development, testing, quality, and methodologies. When in doubt, submit it anyway!
You can submit your topics on our Speakers page. Sessions are 60 minutes in length. Like previous events, we will have 5 sessions in 8 tracks. Full disclosure, open call does not guarantee that all chosen speakers will have been submitted in this manner – we do send out a few direct invitations to established speakers.
Speaker submission for Stir Trek 2014 closes at 11:59 PM on Thursday, January 23rd. Speakers will be selected within a few days of the ticket sale date, which has been tentatively set for Thursday, February 6th at 2:00 PM EST.
OSCON will be celebrating its 16th year of celebrating, explaining, and demonstrating the power of open source technologies. We would love to have you join us as we bring together a large community of learners and contributors.
Please submit original session and tutorial ideas that share your technology passions. Proposals should include as much detail about the topic and format for the presentation as possible. Detail matters: our volunteer reviewers aren’t mind readers. Vague proposals face an uphill climb.
If you are one or more of the following:
We invite you to submit a proposal to lead sessions or tutorials at OSCON 2014.
The HTML5 Developer Conference gives you the opportunity to:
If you want to share your real-life Symfony experience, consider submitting a session proposal for this Symfony Live conference. We welcome talks about any topic related to Symfony, frameworks, and PHP in general.
Each session lasts for 40 minutes (followed by 10 minutes of Q&A).
The speaker package is very generous for foreign speakers. If one of your talks is accepted, SensioLabs will pay for your travel expenses, your hotel room (up to 2 nights), and your conference ticket.
Don't hesitate to submit more than one proposal.
Proposal deadline: 31st January 2013.
We are looking for the Web-5 Conference 2013 Speakers! Do not hesitate to propose talks. Your experience as a speaker does not matter, your topic does! The Call for Paper closes the 3rd February 2013 You will be notified of the results around the 10th February 2013 Talk duration : ~ 45 minutes Date of the conference : the 14th and 15th of June.
We’re looking for speakers to lead sessions and tutorials at OSCON 2013. Submit original session and tutorial ideas that share your excitement about the topic and the impact it will have in the open source community. Proposals should include as much detail as possible about the topic and delivery format of the presentation. Our volunteer reviewers consistently say that they will be more confident in selecting your topic if there is ample detail in your proposal. The more you can make us feel as if we’re already in your talk, learning from and enjoying it, the more likely the proposal will be selected.
The Utah Open Source Foundation is pleased to announce it's 7th annual conference to be held May 8 - 10th, 2014 at the Utah Valley University College of Science and Technology. The Call for Papers runs from January 3rd to Feb 10th at 11:59pm. Community voting takes place on Feb 11 - 15 and speaker notification on Feb 18th.
The OpenWest Conference is a community conference that focuses on Open Source, Open Hardware and Open Standards. We are looking for presentations for both beginners and advanced attendees.
Community voting is blind (no speaker names will be visible), although conference organizers will factor cost of speaker travel into the final selection.
AtlSecCon, the first security conference in Eastern Canada focusing on bringing some of the worlds brightest and darkest minds together with one common goal – to expand the pool of IT Security knowledge beyond its typical confines.
AtlSecCon is all about key material - real content that matters to today's Canadian IT Security Professionals. AtlSecCon attendees are a mix of security professionals, industry professional, vendors, programmers, students, network administrators and IT executives. Preference will be given to speakers who can present something new or innovative content to a broad audience. Of course, all presentations are expected to challenge the brightest and quickest of attendees - we wouldn't have it any other way.
Now is your chance to be a DrupalCon presenter! Tell us what you're passionate about, and what you think the Drupal community should know about our theme: "Building Bridges, Connecting Communities."
We are inviting all community members to submit a session for consideration to the DrupalCon Portland program beginning December 18. DrupalCon Portland will feature separate tracks of curated sessions and panels, showcasing some of the brightest Drupal minds. Sessions will be targeted at users of all levels. The Call For Papers will close on Feb 15, 2013 at 11:59PM PST.
This year marks the eighth edition of the Dutch PHP Conference, once again hosted in the beautiful city of Amsterdam. Our tutorial day will be Thursday, June 26th, with the main 2-day conference following on the 27th and 28th.
And with that news, we’re throwing open the Call for Papers! Speakers, if you have a proposal, we want to see it. We’re looking for high-quality, technical sessions from speakers who can cover advanced topics and keep our demanding audience inspired. Be it cutting edge technology or battle-hardened techniques, if it’s interesting to PHP developers, send it in. You don’t need to be a big name either, DPC is a friendly place to start your speaking career.
The CFP is open until February 16th, you can send in as many proposals as you like, so start submitting!
As always, you can submit a talk about any subject you think is important. Please do not feel limited to the topics we mention. We will consider all submitted proposals. That said, there are a few subjects that we are especially keen on seeing.
We are proud to announce the second edition of the Dutch Mobile Conference. A 3-day conference about technologies used for mobile websites and mobile web application development focussed on developers. The first day wil be packed with in-depth tutorials. On the other 2 days talks will be given on various subjects regarding mobile web development.
Our aim is to deliver an awesome quality conference to inspire, inform and teach our visitors. As a bonus all visitors will get access to both the DMC and its sibling the DPC. Ticket sales will start early March.
Speakers, the call for papers is now open! We’re looking for high-quality, technical sessions from speakers who can cover advanced topics and keep our demanding audience inspired. Tutorials are 3 or 6 hours in length (note that 6 hours is our preference) and the standard conference sessions should be 45 minutes.
We're back! And we are glad to announce that we’ll be organising another edition of the Dutch PHP Conference, which will be held in Amsterdam from 6th to 8th June 2013.
Submissions should be relevant to PHP developers, to help them to expand their skill set and improve their practices. In particular we'd like to receive proposals regarding emerging technologies, performance and scalability, platforms and best practices. The standard conference sessions should be 45 minutes and tutorials are 3 or 6 hours in length (note that 6 hours is our preference).
As always we’re excited about all kinds of different topics. You could say that as long as it’s somehow related to PHP and you’re really excited about it, we want to hear it!
phpDay 2013 will be from 17th to 18th of May. We'll show new development traits, best-practices and success cases related to quality, revision control, test-driven development, continuous integration and so on. There are also talks about design, project management, agile and various php-related technologies like Zend Framework2, Symfony2, Codeigniter, Drupal, Wordpress.
phpDay is the first historic Italian conference dedicated solely to PHP development, technologies and management. It is aimed to IT managers, developers and innovators. Each year it renews the opportunity to link to new business partners.
Welcome back to Lone Star PHP for another great year! We're in our third year and we're making things better all the time. This year's event will provide all of the great PHP speakers and content you've come to expect from Lone Star PHP. There'll be plenty of time to spend with the local PHP community too through after-parties and other events.
This will be the third annual event and we are really excited to have a "transparent" CfP. The conference will be held at the Addison Convention Center on June 28th and 29th. The conference will consist of 3 tracks spanning 2 days. Each speaker will receive a speaker travel package, detailed below.
Please note, the Lone Star PHP 2013 Call for Papers will end February 28th - so hurry and get those submissions in!
Our goal with Open Source Bridge is to gather a diverse citizenry and inspire one another to make the world a better place through open source technology and open culture principles.
In this regard, Open Source Bridge is unique among the landscape of community-driven technology conferences. Rather than focusing on a single language, platform, or knowledge-set, we strive to unite those working across the spectrum of open technology and culture.
As such, we are looking for people from all experience areas to submit talk proposals. Your background can be web development, project management, open hardware engineering, security, quality assurance, data visualization, user experience, etc. If you work or play in open source, we want to hear from you. Let us know how you are improving your communities, small or large. All speaking experience levels welcome.
In preparing the next installment 4Developers decided to return to his roots, to create a platform to meet professionals from different fields of programming. Created by the people, for the people. This conference, which can meet the entire development team - everyone will find something for everyone. In addition, during the conference, you can freely move between lectures and everything is in one place. So far, every programming language created closed communities around them.
Programming is not just a set of technology specific issues that arise in any environment, architecture, cloud services, efficiency and usability. Advanced designs also often require cooperation between different technologies, requiring the creation of interdisciplinary teams. Mix together many topics in 4Developers allows on the one hand, interviews with experts in our techologii and zdrugiej overview of the issues with which they must face the other teams. It is worth to exchange knowledge and seek new solutions together.
This year's event will be held at the New Horizons Foundation Conference Centre
Pack your bags because DrupalCon North America is coming to Austin!
DrupalCon, the largest gathering of the Drupal community in North America is coming to Austin, Texas, the tech-savvy, live-music capital of the world.
Join us Monday, June 2 to Friday, June 6, 2014 for a full week of Drupal goodness:
Last year we had over 3,300 attendees, let's see if we can blow it out of the water in Austin!
We are inviting all community members to submit a session for consideration to the DrupalCon Austin program. DrupalCon Austin will feature different tracks of curated sessions and panels, showcasing some of the brightest minds within and outside of the Drupal community.
The call for content ends March 7 at 11:59PM Austin local time (UTC -6).
CoderFaire Atlanta is a two day event just for Atlanta web developers; giving you the opportunity to spend two days connecting with developers, learning new stuff, and creating things.
Regardless of your chosen technology, we will have sessions to spark your creativity, and teach you something new. You will hear about new technologies and learn new techniques as you listen to local speakers talk about how they are creating cool things here in Atlanta.
Thank you for your interest in being a part of CoderFaire Atlanta '13. We look forward to reviewing your submission. Before you submit, here are a few things you need to know.
1: You must live in the Atlanta area to be considered. "Atlanta area" is a loose term. We aren't defining it strictly on purpose, but the idea of CoderFaire is to showcase local talent.
2: The session will be reviewed by a group of local User group leaders from around the Atlanta area.
3: We are technology agnostic. This means that all technologies and languages are welcome equally. Everyone has to play nice with each other.
4: Submit as many proposals as you would like.
That's it. So put those thinking caps on and submit.
The theme for Øredev 2013 - The Arts - may be very provocative. We hope so.
Art is a powerful vehicle for communication, a way to express visions that are beyond words. It plays an essential role in exploring the emotional dimensions of our lives and challenges the way we think about the world and the future. Art by essence fosters creativity and provocation, develops innovation and beauty.
Few media of creation are so flexible and so capable of making grand ideas a concrete reality as software. As programmers, we often see ourselves as craftsmen or as scientists. But if we say that we are artists - what will change? What different angles to explore and question for our field will we find? Is it possible to elevate our day-to-day work by seeing it as an art form? This is what we will explore at Øredev 2013.
We invite developers, testers, and project managers to reflect on the art of our programming processes, languages, tools, and platforms. Like Art, our sessions and keynotes will be creative, provocative, and innovative. Keeping with this theme, we ask you to focus on delivering your insight, a methodological approach or technical knowledge to our participants that can be put in their toolbox and put into practice when they go back to their daily work.
OpenTech 2013 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference on slightly different approaches to technology, experience and democracy. Talks by people who work on things that matter, guarantees a day of thoughtful talks leading to conversations with friends.
On 18th May, OpenTech is as much about conversations in the bar, as it is sitting in sessions. What topics would you like to be discussed with a range of people? The best way of getting the OpenTech audience to think about the challenges you have, is by sharing what they are and solutions you've already found, by offering a talk.
Call for Papers for the upcoming Atmosphere 2013 conference has been open. We invite all of you to send the proposed topics and abstracts of presentation till the 1st of April, 2013. Full conference schedule will be available after the end of call for papers.
Please remember that Atmosphere is an open, international conference and all presentations should be given in English. However if you want to give your lecture in Polish, please send an e-mail to the address given below.
The answer to CfP should include: - name, last name and e-mail address of the speaker - speaker’s short bio, describing experience and skills - small photo to be put on our webpage - presentation topic with short description of proposed lecture (no more than 500 words) - non-standard technical requirements - level of the presentations i.e. introductory or advanced topic, knowledge required from the audience Please, remember, that your bio, talk description and your photo will be published on our website.
Applications should be sent to Andrzej Targosz and Karolina Pachel. Please, send it to both emails for confirmation purposes.
We are especially interested in presentations concerning: DevOps: administration, systems, networks, operations management Devs: programming, scalability, mobile, project management
Distill is a conference to explore the art and science of creating inspired applications. In addition to an awesome lineup of keynote speakers, the conference thrives on participation from a community of forward-thinking developers. This is your conference.
Please submit your proposals by Monday, April 9, 11:59pm PT (Tuesday, April 10, 7:59am GMT). If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Talks will last about 30 minutes. Below is a sample of the types of topics we are interested in featuring at Distill:
Thank you for your interest in speaking at Steel City Ruby Conference 2013. The conference will be held Aug 16-17th, at the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, PA and we are expecting over 300 audience members. SCRC's goal is to create a welcoming atmosphere that is friendly, inclusive, and showcases the benefits of coding socially. Attendees range from seasoned ruby programmers to those who are new to the Ruby community.
We are looking for a balanced mix of technical and people talks, similar to our 2012 lineup (http://2012.steelcityruby.org/conference). Proposed talks should be 30 minutes long and have no Q&A section. All talks will be recorded and made available freely online under a Creative Commons BY-SA license.
Please don’t let travel cost prevent you from applying. We will try to work with you if you are selected.
Proposals will be evaluated in rounds of progressively revealed information, judged first on the content of the talk only. If more information is needed, a second round of evaluation will be done including information on the speaker's experience and ties to the Pittsburgh area. We hope this process will create a lineup with a variety of speakers.
This call for proposals will be accepting submissions until Friday, April 12, 2013 23:59 UTC.
The sheer awesome of the That Conference depends on finding the best camp counselors. We know that you're out there, and that you have great things to say. We'd love for you to come out and present what you know.
The call for speakers opens on April 1, so get your abstracts ready. You will only have two weeks to make your submissions. We will send out further instructions closer to that date. The speaker list will be announced on May 1.
We're looking for speakers on anything mobile, cloud, web, and welcome all technologies. This is a conference for developers, so your presentation can be anything between introductory and expert level. We would enjoy seeing presentations in any of the following broad topic areasere are some broad topic areas we'd love to see:
Login and submit your proposal right to ThatConference.com. If you’ve submitted a proposal to That Conference before, you already have a user account, otherwise you have to create one first. Have it ready by April 1, as you only have until April 15 to get it in! Also, you are welcome to submit as many abstracts as you like for consideration.
Web & PHP Conference is a new event that will bring together developers, architects and development managers and immerse them in a world of continuously changing and evolving web technologies.
In curating Web & PHP Con we aim to create a conference with a nucleus core topics alongside the industry’s hottest trends. And we believe that a conference is only as good as its content and speakers. So if you believe you have an amazing presentation, workshop or even keynote presentation you would like to give, we want to hear from you.
Please submit a proposal based on one of the topics or themes detailed below and make sure that it provides real value for the attendees. We are not looking for marketing jazz – we want the real deal, the goods that really empower people to do great work.
We will be in touch during May to let you know if your submission has made it into the program. Web & PHP Con will balance content focused on finding solutions to today's challenges, whilst casting an eye to future developments.
Please submit your paper(s) no later than Friday, April 26, 2013.
UXMad 2013 is our User Experience Design conference with twenty-one sessions featuring speakers from near and far. The conference will showcase to locals the assets of the UX community and allow visitors to Madison a chance to experience one of the best, brainiest, and least expensive places in the US to live and work. And cheese.
The conference will cover virtually anything that affects how the end-user of an application or site interacts with it. That means Visual Design, Content Strategy, Interaction Design, Page Load Times and everything in between. The conference will be held July 12th-13th.
So you want to present at 360|iDev 2013 do ya? AWESOME. We're thrilled to have you submit a topic! Beyond thrilled really! A few things we want to make sure you know going in.
Oh yeah, feel free to submit more than one topic if you like. Can't hurt :)
Last but not least, please send this form to someone you think would make an awesome speaker. We try to encourage speakers from outside the "speaker circuit" as much as possible, and want to encourage as much diversity as possible. Maybe it's a friend and she doesn't think she's ready or good enough, tell her to submit anyway! Maybe you coworker hasn't ever thought about speaking before, have him submit.
OH YEAH. The Call For Papers will close the end of April. Don't dilly dally
AppSec USA is a world-class software security conference for technologists, auditors, risk managers, and entrepreneurs, gathering the world's top practitioner, to share the latest research and practices, in the high energy atmosphere of the Marriott, NYC. Hosted by OWASP.
The Call for Papers (CFP) and Call for Trainers (CFT) for AppSec USA 2013 is now open! We invite all practitioners of application security and those who work or interact with all facets of application security to submit speaker and trainer proposals.
The Speaker Committee is seeking presentations and training sessions in the following subject areas:
The Call for Proposals (CFP) will open on March 27. Until then, we're asking the Ruby community to share what topics you'd like to hear about and who you'd like to hear from. The results of this process will be shared with everyone as part of the CFP process.
We believe that this pre-CFP process will increase the quality of the event. The LoneStarRuby Foundation will invite the nominated speakers in hopes of reaching folks who may not normally consider talking at @LSRC. We also believe that the results of the topic recommendations and voting will help formulate a series of talks that are more in alignment with what the community actually wants.
Below is a list of recommended topics. Recommend your own and/or vote for the ones others have recommended. There is a manual approval process for recommended topics, so you're recommendations won't appear right away. We'll send out a tweet when your recommendation is approved!
Hello Laravel Friends!
We have received an overwhelmingly positive response to our survey and we are confident that Laracon EU in Amsterdam is going to happen!
We'd like to thank everyone who submitted responses to our initial survey. It has allowed us to define some core parameters that will inform our planning decisions for this conference.
We're targeting late summer 2013 and are working diligently to nail down dates.
But, how can a conference be great without great speakers?
We have approximately 12 speaker roles that need to be filled and we're requesting your proposals! We would love to hear from you. Based on the survey results, we're hungry to learn more about programming fundamentals and testing. But, feel free to submit talk proposals over any subject that you believe to be relevant to the Laravel community!
We ask that you submit a basic proposal that communicates your interest and the general idea of the talk that you would like to give. It needn't be set in stone, but we need to hear from you before the end of April as we have a lot of planning to do.
The Northeast PHP Conference is a web developer conference focused on PHP, Web Technology, and UX.
There has been a lot of demand for such a conference in this region, and we are excited to be hosting it for the second time. We are bringing in over 300 attendees from across the northeast and beyond.
We feel everyone has something to say. No matter what it is, we want to hear about it. Thank you for offering to speak at our conference. We look forward to receiving your propopsal. A Talk should be about 45 minutes long and can cover any topic within the tracks we have specified. You can involve the audience as much as you like, but the basic format is lecture-style. Feel free to incorporate time at the end for audience Q&A at the end.
All submissions are due by April 30, 2013.
Surge is the premire conference for industry thought leaders to gather and share their ideas around scaling for the web. For the practitioner, it offers an unparalleled chance to learn from others mistakes, and see how their victories can power your business forward. Surge is all about scalability. On the technical side of Internet businesses, there are three serious scaling challenges: infrastructure, architecture and organizations.
The types of talks we like to get are those that recognize failure as a part of success. The most valuable sessions for attendees are those that honestly present a problem and walk the audience through a series of failures that ultimately result in finding the right path. A story of success rising from the ashes of failure; the bigger the fire, the more people learn. We want you to come and speak to a global audience on the challenges of scaling large Internet-facing architectures.
PS. Don't have a great story to tell, but know someone who does? Let us know, and we'll help you pester them into submitting a talk.
Email proposals to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 23:59 on May 1, 2013
ArrrrCamp is a 2-day, dual track Ruby, Rails and web related conference with plenty of good speakers, loads of free rum and a free pirate twist. Ayeee!
Some of you may have noticed that we set the date for the next ArrrrCamp. We're already up to edition 7, which will take place on the 3rd and 4th of October 2013. Keep the date! As always, the X that marks the spot is in the arrrrsome city of Ghent, in the venue we've come to love from the past editions.
The formula will stay the same, there will be parties, rum, some of our famous Belgian beer, but above all great people!
Strange Loop is a developer-focused conference that encompasses past (the history of computing), present (deep dives on today's technology), and future (what's next). Strange Loop is not focused on any particular language or area of technology - see below for more guidance. Reviewing the archives from 2011 and 2012 is a great way to see what has been invited or selected in the past!
This CFP covers three types of talks:
All speakers receive the following benefits:
We are looking for content on the tools, technologies, strategies, and success stories around the future of communications. The type of content we’re looking for should fall into one of these three categories:
Workshop - In-depth and hands-on session where participants walk away with the ability to build something new. Live coding most likely. Preference will be given to technologies that are or can be integrated with Twilio.
Technical - Engineering-focused content around building, scaling, executing cloud communications products and technologies.
Business - How did you build, scale or successfully execute programs in your business strategy? Lessons learned from marketing to demand generation to sales from startups to the enterprise.
Submit your proposal below. Deadline is May 15th, 11:59pm PDT.
We are extremely delighted to announce the Call for Papers for 'The Hackers Conference 2013'. It is a unique event, where the elite of the hacker world, leaders in the information security industry, Government Intelligence Agencies and the Internet community meet face to face to join their efforts to cooperate in addressing the most topical issues of the IT world.
The following list contains major topics the conference will cover. Please consider submitting even if the subject of your research is not listed here.
Email your submission to: email@example.com
Call for Papers is open till May 15th, 2013 so if you have interesting topics to present at The Hackers Conference 2013 you are welcome to submit!
We are inviting the Ruby community to submit talks for this year’s eurucamp in Berlin. This Call for Proposals will close on 15 May. Our CFP process is based on the process used at JSConf EU 2012 . When you’re ready to submit a proposal, visit our CFP submission app and login with your Twitter or GitHub credentials.
To get a feel for what we might be interested in hearing about, take a look at the programme for previous years ( 2012 | 2011 ). eurucamp is a Ruby event. We are looking for Ruby topics or topics that would interest Rubyists. Rails talks are welcome, but we are framework agnostic. We also accept non-talk proposals, like workshops and moderated discussions. You can select your format in the CFP Process.
Not everybody is a natural talent on stage. Not everybody can produce kick-ass slide-decks. Not everybody is a live-demo-god. Not everybody knows they have something great to talk about.
There are about a million reasons why you don’t consider yourself a speaker, let alone at eurucamp, where all your heroes have spoken in the past. We are here to prove you wrong. If all you have is a gut feeling that you should be on stage, we are here to reach out and help you to develop or hone the skills you think you lack to deliver a great presentation.
So, mac, you wanna speak at Big Design? Well ain't that some silk? Fine diddly, but yer gonna have to tip your mitt before you can sing for your supper. So squawk out the dope using the doodad below. The Big Cheese will eyeball it and drop a dime back at ya. This don't mean we don't like ya. It's just eggs and coffee, so keep yer shirt on, bub.
The Big Design Conference is four intense days of learning within the scope of Strategy, Mobile, User Experience, Gaming, Code Development, Usability, and Film Design. Experts from across the country will gather to present theories, research, experiences, and best practices to students, professionals, and executives looking to stay on the bleeding edge.
This year is our 5th year to bring to Texas an exciting array of industry-changing, design and usability thinking from all over the nation. Big Design couldn’t contain all the great stuff we wanted to bring to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in four days, so for our 5th year we just had to expand the conference to four days; we found it only fitting.
Now in its third year in New York, Strata Conference explores the change brought to technology and business by big data, data science, and pervasive computing. Joined with Hadoop World, Strata is at the heart of the big data industry.
We are inviting proposals for presentations from practitioners, business leaders, analysts, designers, and developers. We’re interested in success stories, best practices, failures, cautionary tales, and future developments. We want to hear stories and innovation from the worlds of finance, the web, media, retail, telecoms, government, and more.
Whether you’re a new or seasoned speaker, we want to hear from you. We’re actively seeking new voices and topics to put on stage. Any ideas, best practices, and challenges that you’ve encountered are fair game. If you have a compelling story to tell, submit a proposal (or two) to speak at Strata.
I have often said that DEF CON is like a crystal ball others look into to try and see the future. What are the hackers and researchers up to? If they think something is interesting now, chances are it might be important in the future. Attendees and other speakers want to see what is inspiring those in our community.
DEF CON is focused on new ways to approach security and privacy, as well as building a community that is open to new ideas. Everything from the most complex modern technology to hacking grandma's toaster through Bluetooth is fair game. Show us and the world what you have been up to and what attack exploits, defensive techniques, or unique research you have been working on.
DEF CON doesn't have specific tracks but instead we cluster topics of similar interests. We might pair two talks back to back, "how to break it" followed by "how to fix it", or pair a law enforcement panel back to back with civil liberties presentation.
The Free and Open Source software conference (FrOSCon), a summer conference for users and developers of FOSS, will again be held on the 24th and 25th of August at the University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg in Sankt Augustin near Bonn, Germany. It is organized by the department of computer science in collaboration with the Linux/Unix User Group Sankt Augustin, the student body and the FrOSCon e.V.
As its key feature, volunteer speakers will hold a comprehensive range of talks and workshops. Additionally the event offers space and facilities to Free Software developers and projects to organize their own meetings or sub conferences. It is topped off with a fair of booths from FLOSS projects and companies.
GDC Next is a brand new developer event focusing on creating the game experiences of the future, including how we will play games, on what we will play them, and how we will monetize, distribute, market, and share them.
All presentations must be submitted by the original authors We currently only accept submissions by original authors of the presentations. PR firms, speaking relation firms, and all other parties who are not direct authors of submitted presentations are discouraged from submitting a proposal on behalf of their clients/speakers. We require direct contact with presenters to expedite questions during the submission review process.
Vendor Specific Proposals The Game Developers Conference does not accept product or vendor-related submissions. If your talk is a thinly-veiled advertisement for a new product, technology or service your company is offering, please do not apply. If you would like to publicize a product, please contact our sales team for information on exhibiting and other vendor opportunities, including sponsored sessions.
The deadline to submit a speaker session to GDC Next is Wednesday, May 29 at 23:59 PST.
Madison Ruby Conference is a more than one track conference committed to bringing together two great communities. The conference will showcase to locals the assets of the Ruby community and allow visitors to Madison a chance to experience one of the best, brainiest, and least expensive places in the US to live and work.
The conference hosts caliber speakers and world-class workshops by leaders in the Ruby community. Madison Ruby will be held August 22nd-24th.
PyOhio 2013, the annual Python programming conference for Ohio and the surrounding region, will take place Saturday, July 27th, and Sunday, July 28th, 2013 at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
You can read more about the conference at http://pyohio.org. If you have questions about proposals, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the PyOhio organizers at email@example.com.
PyOhio invites all interested people to submit proposals for scheduled talks, tutorials, and panels. All topics of interest to Python programmers will be considered. Standard presentation talk slots will be 40 minutes plus a 10 minute question-and-answer period. Tutorial slots will be 110 minutes long.
Whether you got started with Python last month or you've been around for 20 years, we think you've got something to share. The Python community is stronger than ever and we're still reaching new areas, new industries, and new users. Be a part of growing Python by helping us change the future.
Send in your proposals before June 1st, 2013!
In 2013, Dutch web development usergroup PFZ.nl organizes the eighth edition of PFCongres. If all those years taught us one thing, it would be that we can't do anything without our speakers! For previous editions, we have been very proud to present a mix of both "big names" from the web development world as well as ambitious new speakers. We have no plans to change that goal for this years' conference.
And that is why you're here: our Call for Papers. Are you the one to take our audience along unthreaded paths to unexplored dungeons or to the highest peaks where no person has ever set foot before? Would you delve deep to share your knowledge of some web development related topic with our inquisitive audience? You are? You do? Then it is you we are looking for! Please fill out the form below and we kindly request you not to hesitate and send in multiple proposals, if you like.
We are looking for talks in both English and Dutch.
The absolute deadline for our Call for Papers is Saturday, June 1st, 2013. Make sure you've sent in all your proposals by that date. We are already looking forward to reading them!
We'd love to have you talk here in Buffalo for our first Ruby conference. We'll be accepting talks through June 9th. Talks don't have to be technical in order to be considered. Even if this would be for first presentation in front of an audience, we hope that you will apply to speak and share your story! You don't have to be the expert to have an interesting story to share. There are many techniques and ways to tell your story. Please don't hesitate to contact the organizers if you want feedback or have questions!
Talks will be 30 minutes, with a Q&A session after. There will be a short break in between talks. Talks will be recorded (given speaker authorization) and made freely available online when they are ready. All speakers and their talks are expected to follow our Code of Conduct.
We will contact all those applied by 6/16. Please make sure to include a valid email so that we can get a hold of you with further details. Our CFP will be open until June 9th.
Dear Speakers of the International PHP and WebTech Conferences,
we are about to start planning the next conference and you are cordially invited to submit your presentations! The International PHP and the WebTech Conferences will be merged into an integrated conference experience, so that participants will have access to all sessions and tracks.
As usual, the conference will be characterized by a wholesome mix of programming topics, web architecture, and methodical knowledge. At the same time, it strives to strike a balance between outlooks on new technological trends on the one hand and hands-on best practices on the other.
This is what we call a “Hybrid CFP”: If you think you have something great to talk about, tell us all about it and we consider your entry. If you know someone who has something great to talk about, nominate them. And if you are interested in hearing about a particular topic, nominate the topic, and we can try and find a match.
We like to see anything that squarely fits into the spectrum of:
Welcome to the CoderFaire Nashville '13 Call for Papers submission form. We are excited that you want to participate in this year's CFN. All entries will be reviewed by our panel of local User Group leaders. Once the talks have been selected, everyone will be notified. If you are selected, we will let you kno what the next steps are. If you are not selected, we will let you know as well.
Feel free to submit as many talks as you like.
The CoderFaire Nashville '13 call for Papers is open to any software developer living in the Middle Tennessee region.
Thanks for wanting to be a part of CoderFaire Nashville '13!
PHPSouthAfrica is a 2 day conference to be hosted in the most beautiful city in the world, Cape Town South Africa. It is aimed at proficient developers, new developers and people who care about developers.
PHPSouthAfrica has been a long time coming. With the increased demand for PHP programmers, not only locally but also internationally, our vision is to marry the latest technologies with international speakers. We are creating a conference that will hone established developers, but also assist up and coming programmers develop and learn new skills.With the conference based in Cape Town, it gives us the opportunity to showcase “The Mother City,” voted one of the top 10 places to visit and home of Table Mountain- one of the New7Wonders of Nature.
Calling everyone with a story to tell!
For the 6th annual conference, we are on the lookout for talent, established and as-yet-undiscovered, to include on our schedule. This includes people from the local area and beyond, those with a variety of established or emerging talent. Our quest is to find and deliver a great selection of PHP content for our delegates.
Your challenge is to submit your best talk abstract(s) to us by 23rd June 2013 using the submission form below. If this sounds like you, make sure you can be in Manchester for the 4th*, 5th and 6th October 2013 and keep reading!
The submission of talks usually includes a variety of topics and levels. The talks are 50 minutes in length, including time for questions. We are also including the submission of tutorial sessions which are 3 hours in length. We hope that you will take the time to submit your ideas into our Call for Papers, and help us on our mission to find great content for PHPNW13!
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”
What would a conference be without speakers? You’re on this page because you’re thinking about going for it…we know you are. Before you click away, let us make clear that we welcome proposals from first time speakers to seasoned pros.
We want you (yes, you) to submit as many proposals as you can muster. And if you need any help, don’t be afraid to reach out to us and we will help you. As a speaker, we will cover 2 hotel nights (3 for international speakers) and give you a free pass to two full days of great content. You don’t want to miss this!
All talks will be 50 minutes long, including questions. We promise to let you down gently if you’re not selected this time round, and we’ll shout your name from the rooftops (ok then, on Twitter) if you make the cut.
Go on... submit to our call for papers now!
AFUP (Association of French PHP Users) is pleased to announce that the 2013 edition will be held on November 21th and 22th in Paris.
For this edition, this following themes will be highlighted: open source PHP solutions for my project / web giants / innovation with PHP / experience feedback. Are you expert for one of those specific PHP related domains? Did you deploy one or several PHP applications (CMS, e-commerce, CRM, EDMS) in a particular context (heavy load, famous customer, innovating project)? Are you taking part in an Open Source project? Come and share your experience!
Proposals will be reviewed after the deadline has passed. Additional information may be asked where needed. Proposals will be chosen according to their layout, relevancy for a professional audience and the overall homegeneity of the forum. Every candidate will be personally notified of the status of their proposal. The decision is final.
The deadline is Sunday June 30, 2013 at 00:00:00 Paris time (CEST)
CakeFest is the annual conference dedicated to the CakePHP framework, hosting live workshops, and inviting a variety of great speakers to give you the very best in presentations and talks on the latest from the community.
The workshops are a great way to learn CakePHP, and get up-to-date with the latest versions and innovations directly from the core developers, while the conference days are packed with presentations, discussions and talks on CakePHP and related technologies, and an ideal moment to learn more from the community.
It's a great opportunity to network, meet friends old and new, and have some fun with the core members of the project. Plus, there's cake!
Share your real-life Symfony experience with Symfony Live London attendees.
Want to give a talk?
Submit a talk proposal to the Symfony Live London conference. We welcome talks on any topic related to Symfony, Drupal, BDD, Symfony components and tools, quality PHP development, and PHP DevOps. Don't hesitate to submit more than one proposal. We have two different session lengths: 40 minutes and 1 hour (including Q&A time). If your application is successful we will inform you of the length of your slot.
As a speaker, SensioLabs UK will pay for your travel expenses*, your hotel room (up to 2 nights), and your conference ticket. You will also be invited to the Speakers Dinner on the Thursday evening.
*If travelling from Europe, SensioLabs UK will try to cover the cost of your transport. If you are coming from outside Europe, SensioLabs UK will make a contribution to your travel expenses.
The Ultimate Developer Event is a brand-new conference focused on bringing developers of all types together for two days of inspiration, education, and fun. This conference is perfect for developers of consumer and business apps, front-end or back-end engineers, mobile app developers, information architects, open-source contributors, students, startup founders, hackers, Trekkies, and anyone else who believes technology is going to save the universe.
We're now seeking sessions on the following topics:
Breaking Development is now accepting speaker submissions for our 2013 conference schedule. This is a mobile web development conference, so the more mobile-webby you are, the better chance you have to get selected. We like to hear about things like hybrid web/mobile apps, user experience, design, content management, case studies, m-commerce, performance, browser compatibility and things of that nature.
If you're trying to pitch a product, you probably shouldn't bother – see our sponsor information for that. The better your pitch, the better your odds, so be thorough. Linking to video(s) of previous presentations you've done gets huge bonus points. Selected presentations will be paid a handsome speaking fee, receive free admission to BDConf, hotel room and a travel stipend, so it's a pretty nice deal-ee-o. Our committee of little-known mobile professionals will choose the finalists based on topic, experience and sometimes a coin flip.
For the first time, there will be a European edition of the Zend PHP Conference! The conference will take place in a beautiful hotel venue and great location in Paris - the “Marriott Rive Gauche”. Come join us to meet end customers, partners, developers, experts and your colleagues in the PHP community. We plan to have 20+ talks, 2 keynotes, 20 booths, a number of workshops, an after party, and several surprises.
As a speaker, you will receive free entrance to the ZendCon and with hotel nights included. We will also partially refund your flight ticket costs (please check with us for the maximum amount that can be refunded). We know that speakers are key to the ZendCon’s success. All speakers at ZendCon 2013 will receive a free copy of Zend Developer Solution – for a 799 Euro value.
HTML5DevConf continues to grow into the largest software developer focused conference in the known universe, with the finest technical speakers in the cosmos. Our next conference is at Moscone North in downtown San Francisco on October 22nd & 23rd, with additional new training courses on October 21st, 24th, & 25th.
Given the space at moscone, we're splitting talks into tracks which include: Core Languages, Mobile, Graphics & Design, Performance & Dev Tools, Game, Server/Cloud, and Operating Systems.
As a community-driven conference, we are interested in a wide variety of topics related to PHP and tools commonly used by PHP developers. There's no reason to not submit a talk: the worst thing that will happen is that we will say "that's an awesome talk, we just can't fit it in!"
With the addition of a tutorial day to the 2013 edition we are looking for:
As with last year's conference, our venue is Microsoft Canada's offices near Highway 401 and Mississauga Road, just west of Pearson International Airport (YYZ). Coffee, tea, drinks and lunch will be provided at no extra cost to attendees.
BSidesDFW will be on Saturday and will consist of two tracks, a Capture the Flag, Lockpick Village, then an after party. The after party will be held at the Fox & Hound in Richardson from 6pm - 10pm. Food and Beverages will be provided.
Friday night will consist of firetalks and a career prep workshop. Plans include a single track of firetalks and we are also planning to have a panel of infosec/technical recruiters to offer resume and interviewing advice/feedback. So make sure to bring your resume and an elevator pitch about yourself.
This year, BSidesDFW will have three* options for talk submissions: Friday Night Firetalks, Track 1 – General Infosec and Track 2 – Hacker.
Help us shape jDays 2013 by submitting your presentation(s). We're looking for passionate developers that are not afraid to share their knowledge on:
Just simply send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your abstract, a short presentation plus a picture of yourself.
Come share what your campus is doing to provide our campus communities with the very best services! The Call for Proposals is now open and you can submit your topics online at: http://proposals.unccause.org/2013.
We have a great new Proposal System that we’re very excited about. Please note that it will require users to create an ID and password and that this is not the same login you will use for the registration system. Please report any questions to email@example.com.
Proposal submissions are due by August 30, 2013.
This year’s event will take place Monday through Wednesday, the 18th-20th of November. The 2013 conference is being hosted by our eastern Carolina schools including East Carolina University, Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. As in past years we’re busily recruiting fabulous presenters and we have some great ideas for our evening events. Please continue to check back with us to learn more; we look forward to seeing you in November!
Ski PHP is a top-notch PHP Conference and a weekend on the slopes.
We are committed to getting the best speakers possible! To do that, we have arranged for a generous speaker package that makes it well worth our speakers' time.
If one or more of your talks are accepted, and you commit to speak at Ski PHP, we will provide the following to you:
All submissions must be received by September 30th, 2013
It's that time again! Planning for PyCon 2014 is well underway, and we're currently preparing for the launch of our new site. With the launch comes a unique opportunity: Is your organization interested in being a launch day sponsor?
PyCon 2013 launched on July 9, 2012 with 21 sponsors pledging support, leading the charge that drew over 150 organizations to pitch in to the biggest and best Python conference yet. We're planning a similar go-live date for the 2014 site, and we're building up our cadre of supporters for the April 9-17 conference taking place in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
PyCon 2014, taking place for the first time in Canada, will be accepting all types of proposals starting July 2nd, 2013 through September 15th, 2013. Due to the competitive nature of the selection process, we encourage prospective speakers to submit their proposals as early as possible. As with years past, we're looking forward to receiving your best proposals for tutorials, talks, and posters, and for the first time, lightning talks.
We are looking for web professionals to share their skills and experience at the next ConFoo. Submit your proposals between August 26th and September 22nd.
ConFoo is a conference for developers that has built a reputation as a prime destination for exploring new technologies, diving deeper into familiar topics, and experiencing the best of community and culture.
If you would simply prefer to attend the conference, we have a $230 discount until October 16th.
The conference and tutorials will take place at the Best Western Hotel Ter Elst in Antwerp (Belgium). Friday morning January 25th we have a set of tutorials. The conference is spread over 2 days: Friday afternoon (after the tutorials) and Saturday the 26th. Tutorials as well as the conference itself are spread over several parallel tracks.
On Friday evening, we’re having the conference social. This will include drinks and bowling as we managed to reserve the entire bowling alley.
The main attraction of any conference is the talks that are given and we aim to attract the best PHP speakers from around the world. We solicit talks through a call for papers so you, the community, can tell us what kinds of things everyone should be hearing about.
We are looking for talks relating to any non-basic aspect of the PHP programming language, be it mainstream, advanced, niche or non-technical. We are looking for real 'wow' talks that are fresh and inspiring about cutting edge topics or new perspectives on common problems. The audience will be from all backgrounds varying in skill level from beginner to intermediate to advanced, so talks varying widely in topic and skill levels are required. Most of all we want speakers who have a deep knowledge about the topics they are proposing and can't wait to share that knowledge with a whole group of of eager listeners. Tell us what you're most passionate about and why we should be passionate about it as well.
What can you talk about? Well, that’s up to you! You propose a talk and we’ll decide if it gets accepted. It’s that simple! But to give you some ideas, we have listed a few categories for you to see if you can match your talk in there. But, this list is merely to be considered as a guide and you can propose your own category.
We accept proposals up to October 6, 2013 23:59 and we have no limit on how many talks you submit. So, don’t wait until the latest moment and start submitting your talks.
The PHP community in South Florida (SoFloPHP) organized a PHP developer conference in Miami from February 6th - 8th, 2014, and you're invited! We will host some of the best speakers, awesome talk topics, latest technologies, and up to date news in PHP. And don't forget a Hack-a-thon and Uncon'ference!
The SunshinePHP Conference has something for every level of developer. We will be busy preparing for next year, so please check back to see more details later. Come see what others are doing, and share your experience as well. And there will be plenty of fun and beer on tap for everyone!
As a community conference, we're interested in a wide variety of topics related to PHP and tools commonly used by PHP developers.
With the addition of a tutorial day for our 2014 edition we are looking for:
The venue is Embassy Suites Miami International at 3974 NW South River Drive, Miami, Florida 33142, just 1 mile east of Miami International Airport (MIA).
We are a cross-borders bunch of coders and designers. We enjoy hacking and doing. At the beginning of each year, we gather in Lille on the French/Belgian border and we speak about code, design and what we should do next.
So, what did you do the last few months? What did you discover? We want to hear your story, discover new languages and better tricks. We care about what’s next on the frontend. At the same time, we are never tired to see backend evolving. Craftmanship. Better tools. Better world. New stuff for our ears, without bullshit. We are open to every tech stack out there.
Cool stuff is not only the newest stuff. We had a great intro to Erlang last year and we enjoyed that. PHP was in the party and we had advanced talks with Ruby and Python at the same time.
Please submit your proposal, for a talk, a workshop or both. We will see what’s next. Thank you for your time and see you soon in Lille!
The conference will be hosted in Lille. This is a short train ride from the CDG airport, London, Brussels and Paris. And CDG is a major air hub. We are close the World.
Please submit your proposals on our handy form here: http://flgfactory.wufoo.com/forms/take-off-a-talk-submission/
We're going to be WEIRD, and we want to celebrate that fact with unusual keynoters and happenings! We are on for February 22nd and 23rd, 2014 at the Nashville School of Law. We will have three talk tracks, open and closing keynotes, lightning talks, and a young coders class. A little southern hospitality will provide breakfast, lunch, and snacks onsite with vegan and gluten free options available.
PyTennessee 2014, taking place for the first time in Nashville, will be accepting all types of proposals starting Oct 1st, 2013 through Nov 1st, 2013. Due to the competitive nature of the selection process, we encourage prospective speakers to submit their proposals as early as possible. We're looking forward to receiving your best proposals for tutorials and talks. Lightning talk sign ups will be available at the registration desk the day of the event.
Got a talk idea? We want to see it!
As a community-driven conference, we are interested in a wide variety of topics related to PHP and tools commonly used by PHP developers. There's no reason to not submit a talk: the worst thing that will happen is that we will say "that's an awesome talk, we just can't fit it in!"
We are currently looking for: 24 Regular sessions (50 minutes including Q&A)
If you or your employer can cover your expenses, we are happy to extend an offer to be a sponsor of the conference in exchange for the generosity.
MidwestPHP is committed to creating a conference that is inclusive as possible. We want to showcase the talent available in Minnesota along with fostering beginning speakers. We are also happy to welcome international speakers, but the numbers are limited to our ability to cover expenses.
We are inviting the software development community to submit talks for Code PaLOUsa 2014 which will be held February 24-26, 2014 in Louisville, Ky. Code PaLOUsa is an annual multi-day software development conference designed to cover all aspects of software development regardless of technology stack. This Call for Speakers will close on November 15, 2013.
Code PaLOUsa is an annual multi-day software development conference designed to cover all aspects of software development regardless of technology stack held in Louisville, KY. The next event will take place February 24-26, 2013 at the Galt House.
As with previous years, the conference features a pre-conference day – February 24, 2014 – where we offer our attendees half-day (3-hour) and full-day (6-hour) workshops. Submissions for those workshops are also accepted during the Call for Speakers period. Some possible workshop topics include in-depth and/or hands-on workshops involving cloud technologies (Azure, Amazon, Google, etc.), database technologies (SQL, NoSQL, Oracle, etc.), project management to include agile, developer and integration testing, mobile development (Android, iOS, Windows 8), and so on.
The International PHP Conference is a globally recognized event for PHP developers, webworkers, IT managers and everyone interested in web-technology.
Again, the conference will focus on main topics for developers and core-technologies for decision makers. We will show how to scale your applications, explain the details of Continuous Integration or evaluate different approaches to NoSQL. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with speakers, core-developers and consultants, often there is a chance for an evaluation of your code. Community as well as enterprise projects profit from our international reputation and impulses given from the developer community.
We look forward to an exciting conference!
PHP London are pleased to announce the 8th Annual PHP UK conference; a 2-day event with 4 great tracks held at at The Brewery in the heart of the City of London on February 22nd- 23rd 2013.
With over 600 delegates, speakers, and sponsors, PHP UK conference aims to deliver fantastic up to date content about PHP and related web technologies in a comfortable and professional setting. There are countless networking opportunities to engage with international speakers and delegates, which makes the event one you won't want to miss.
Our call for papers is open until November the 22nd and we would love to hear from you!
Here in Minnesota we are excited to bring you a local PHP conference packed with some of the best speakers and latest news and technology in the industry. Tickets are now on sale and the call for papers is open.
The conference will take place at the Univesity of Minnesota Continuing Education and Conference Center in St. Paul, MN (by the State Fair), and will include two days of fantastic sessions for all skill levels, as well as a full breakfast and lunch each day.
You may be a veteran PHP programmer or brand new to web development... either way, MidwestPHP is for you! We're gearing up for 40+ sessions that will range from "how to build your first PHP website" to Zend Framework 2, Symfony 2, Doctrine 2, database optimization, and incorporating third party technologies such as Gearman, Varnish, RabbitMQ, Sphinx, etc.
Rest assured, it is our goal to provide a fun, educational conference for everyone!
FOSDEM is a free and non-commercial event organized by the community for the community. The goal is to provide Free Software and Open Source developers and communities a place to meet to:
get in touch with other developers and projects;
Taking place in the beautiful city of Brussels (Belgium), FOSDEM meetings are recognized as The best Free Software and Open Source events in Europe.
The next ConFoo will be held on February 25 through March 1.
If you have never heard of ConFoo, it is one of the most important developer-oriented conferences. The team brings you speakers from around the globe to share their hands-on experience with various web technologies. The best news is: it's driven by the community and is non for profit!
The call for papers opens on August 27 and is important even if you are not a speaker. You can vote on all the proposals as they come in, telling the team exactly what you wish to learn.
If you wish to speak, start writing your proposals as you don't want to miss out on the votes when submissions open. You can even be notified via the newsletter.
SoFloPHP is excited to present the inaugural SunshinePHP Developer Conference in Miami, Florida from February 8th - 9th, 2013. This 2 day event will feature 3 awesome tracks, with one track dedicated to Symfony. We are also planning an Uncon, as well as a hack event, and many opportunities to socialize with the PHP community. Please register soon to take advantage of our early bird discounted rate before it ends.
In February when the rest of the world is cold and snowy, it is sunny and beautiful in Florida. Come join us for some sun and learning.
Our call for papers runs until December 1st, 2012, so please get those talks in! We will be announcing the sessions and speakers around mid-December after our board has a chance to consider each submission.
After the success of PHP North East Conference 2013, we've decided to extend to three tracks. This means 50% more talks and attendees! We're also organising things a little differently by setting a subject for each track.
The three track subjects are PHP, War Stories and Toolbox with each talk occupying a 45 minute slot (and an additional 10 minutes for questions). Please take a look at the descriptions below and select the track you feel your talk would suit best. If you're unsure which track your talk would fit into then please still submit the talk and select unsure / inapplicable.
We are currently planning on closing the Call For Papers on Friday, 20th December 2013 with a view to confirm speakers early in the New Year. If your talk is chosen for our conference then you will be eligible to receive our speaker remuneration package which includes two nights accommodation with meals and full access to the conference.
PHP North East Conference 2014 will be held on Tuesday, 18th March 2014.
We're extremely grateful to everyone who submits a proposal and we really appreciate the effort taken. You're what makes this conference amazing.
We're happy to announce that the call for papers for mdevcon is now open! Mdevcon is a two-day conference on mobile development; to be held on the 14th and 15th of March in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The call for papers starts now and will close on the 22th of December 2013. We’re looking for people that have interesting knowledge to share or want to talk about their experience with mobile technology. If that’s you, go ahead and fill out our CfP form!
Since we’re a mobile developers conference, the target audience for the conference is mobile developers, developers getting started with mobile development, senior developers, technical team leaders, architects and IT professionals interested in mobile development.
The conference will be focussed on sessions that help developers master the technical skills they need and gain more knowledge. The topics we’re looking for should have a focus on the technology side of things. We’re all geeks at heart, so we love to know what makes stuff work.
The PHP Tour Lyon 2014, organized by AFUP, French PHP Users Association, will be held on June 23st and 24th. The PHP Tour event is a conference moving each year all around the country. Nantes in 2012, Lille in 2011... Lyon is proud to welcome the next step of this PHP "Tour de France" !
Expert in PHP domains, or speakers taking part in an Open Source project, please come and share your experience!
Are you expert in some specific PHP domains? Did you deploy one or several PHP applications (CMS, e-commerce, CRM, EDMS) in a particular context (heavy load, famous customer, innovating project)? Are you taking part in an Open Source project? Come and share your experience!
The Forum is mainly constituted by conferences and workshops throughout the two days, possibly completed by other informal speeches. Conferences should last 45 minutes, followed by a QA session.
Proposals will be reviewed after the deadline has passed (February 28th). Additional information may be asked where needed. Proposals will be chosen according to their layout, relevancy for a professional audience and the overall homogeneity of the forum. Every candidate will be personally notified of the status of their proposal. The decision is final.
Speaker package: As a speaker, AFUP will pay for your travel expenses, your hotel room (up to 2 nights) and your conference ticket. You will also be invited to the Speakers Dinner.
Mark your calendar and get ready for the inaugural US Ignite Application Summit - the premier event for developers, industry, communities, government, foundations and universities to gather, learn, and showcase their applications using next-generation networks.
If you have any questions, would like to become an event sponsor, or have an application you think we should showcase please contact Joe Kochan at firstname.lastname@example.org
To stay up-to-date on latest development find us on Facebook and Twitter.
Mark your calendar for PHP 2013 - the best place to learn about:
Techniques for building web technology based mobile apps with rich dynamic back-ends in PHP.
Building, deploying and managing PHP applications in the cloud.
Professional PHP Development
Best practices for enterprise architecture, development, and management.
Join us at ZendCon 2013 to discuss advances in PHP in a wide variety of technical sessions, tutorials, keynotes and networking events.
Speakers for these events were most likely hand-selected and asked to present.
It's the time we've all been waiting for. The very first gathering of Laravel artisans! Laracon is a two-day event where you will meet other members of the Laravel community, listen to engaging presentations, and learn how Laravel will make your PHP development more enjoyable.
Set in a classy Washington D.C. location, we'll come together and build the future, so make sure to grab your ticket at the special "early bird" price!
A web conference created for the web community, by the web community, Whisky Web will have something to offer everyone who works with the web, be they a designer, a developer or something inbetween. Get your geek on in Scotland's inspiring capital.
We couldn't have hoped for a better innaugural event and we're raising the bar even higher for next April. If you're interested in a mix of conventional conference talks and fun and entertaining activities to help you get to know the other delegates, then keep April 12th - April 13th free in your calendar!