droidconTLV 2019 Call for Papers
So, you want to speak at droidcon Tel Aviv 2019? Good!
DroidCon Tel Aviv will be held in December.19 in Israel.


We're very open to have new and veteran speakers, but to become one you must fill out this form and tell us what you want to speak about! Sessions submitted will be reviewed by an expert committee. Answers are expected around mid August 2019. Good luck!

Speaker Info
Note that this info will be published as is in the Droidcon site in case your session is accepted!
Full Name *
Your answer
Company *
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Position / Title *
Your current title within your company
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Short Bio *
Write 1-2 paragraphs on yourself - current and previous roles, experience, projects etc.
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Session Info
Note that this info will be published as is if the session is accepted, so address it as if it's published in a conference website
Suggested Session Title *
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Suggested Session Abstract *
Write 2-3 paragraphs about the session that explains it. If accepted, this abstract will be published in Droidcon's site
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Notes about the session (Optional)
If you have some comments about your session for DroidCon reviewers, write them here, this text will not be published
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More info about yourself
These questions will help us better evaluate your speaking experience. Note that we also accept new speakers, but naturally experience does count. This info will not be published.
Have you spoken before at other conferences?
If so - please list the conferences you've spoken at (Conference Name, Country/City, Year)
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Links to Videos of you speaking
If there are videos online of you speaking - include the links here:
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Other notable achievements?
Contribution to open-source projects, special titles/certifications, apps published etc.
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Contact Info
These are details we need to make contact with you if your session is accepted or we have further questions - they will not be published anywhere.
Email Address *
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Mobile Phone Number *
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