Jamstack Conf 2022: Call for Papers
We are excited to be opening a public call for papers (CFP) for Jamstack Conf 2022 taking place in San Francisco on November 7th and 8th, 2022.

We are seeking some amazing speakers to add to our lineup to give 20-minute presentations and 10-minute lightning talks. You may submit as many talk proposals as you like, and you may propose a single presenter or as a duo. Please submit only one talk per form entry.

Important dates:

- Submission form closes on August 12th, 2022 at 6pm Pacific Time
- Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis
- Decisions on all submissions will be confirmed by August 26th, 2022
- Talks will be presented live in San Francisco on November 7th or 8th


Here are some themes that attendees are looking to learn about at Jamstack Conf 2022:

- Web development best practices
- Jamstack case studies, examples, results
- Modern browser capabilities and techniques
- Integrations, services, APIs, tooling
- Environmentally and culturally responsible web development


Who attendees want to hear from:

YOU! Our call for papers is open to everyone no matter their background, origins, experiences or skill levels. If you've been thinking about giving your first conference talk, make it Jamstack Conf! We will work endlessly to make Jamstack Conf an inclusive and welcoming environment for our attendees and speakers alike.


Benefits for the selected speakers:

20-min speakers

- $500 speaker honorarium
- Support in creating and delivering a great performance of your talk
- Transport to and accommodation in San Francisco for the event

10-min speakers

- $250 speaker honorarium
- Support in creating and delivering a great performance of your talk
- Transport to and accommodation in San Francisco for the event


We'll ask for the follow information as part of your proposal submission below:

- Your name
- Your email
- 20-minute talk or 10-minute lightning talk
- If you're presenting alone or with a friend
- A talk title
- A short talk description
- More details for the selection committee
- Who you work for
- A short bio


Examples of previous talks, information about the event and details of our code of conduct can be found at https://jamstack.org/conf/

If you have any specific questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at events@jamstack.org
You can also find help on the community Discord https://jamstack.org/discord under #cfp-assistance


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