Please note that by submitting your talk you accept to adhere to the rules of our Code of Conduct (https://devone.at/code-of-conduct/).
The CFP will be closed on February 1, 2019. We will inform you by March 1, 2019. To join our crew of experts we expect you to deliver a well-prepared, outstanding talk. Please bring a device of your choice for the presentation and let us know if you need any assistance with preparations.
Our team of professionals will record all sessions on video and shoot photos. This material will be availableonline - for everybody. Therefore, please keep our code of conduct in mind.
Please keep in mind that DevOne is a technical conference. Show what you have, live!
- All talks are in English, so should be yours- Sessions are 30 minutes. There will be no Q&A, but you will have the opportunity to answer questions during office hours.- Formatting: make sure you care, and make sure we see you care. Typos, sloppy formatting and all-lowercase submissions make our reading of your proposal tedious and will reflect negatively on the outcome of your submission.- It's all about demos, share your code and tell us what YOU did to overcome your challenges.
- All submissions will be anonymised, so there's no bias towards the submitter- The organisers are extended by a review committee of developers and UX folks from the Linzer community- We rate every talk on a scale from 1 to 5- The best rated talks are de-anonymised, and reviewed again by the organisers. - We look at each proposal again, see which talks are the best fit for our line-up and our tracks.
Our goal is to send out notifications to the every proposed talk by the week of March 1, 2019.
Note: If you have already purchased a ticket for DevOne and are selected as a speaker, we refund your ticket.