ProgNET London 2019 - Call for Papers
ProgNET London 2019

Wednesday 11th, Thursday 12th and Friday 13th September 2019

We've been celebrating evething .NET for over ten year, ProgNET is back with an eye to providing an arena for applied tuition and open discussion around the tools, approaches and projects absorbing our .NET community. We are excited for another three days of in-depth, hands-on tutorials and expert-led talks. Selection will be conducted by Skills Matter & the programme committee on the basis of making ProgNET 2019 a varied and valuable event.

We are looking for submissions from right across the .NET spectrum. In particular, we'd love to see talks and workshops on topics such as:

- Containers, Kubernetes, Cloud Native and Serverless
- Messaging and Microservices in Distributed Systems with .NET Core
- Managing Applications in Production, Operability and Scalability
- High Performance .NET - Memory Management, Optimisation and Benchmarking
- CICD Continuous Integration
- Community, Open Source, and how you can Contribute to .NET Core
- Developing for Embedded .NET Applications
- F#, the SAFE stack - Suave, Azure, Fable, Elmish - and Web/App Development using F#
- Q# and Quantum Computing
- Augmented Reality, Hololens, Unity 3D, Gaming and Data Visualization

We also welcome talks, case studies and workshops showcasing the latest developments around evergreen topics like distributed systems design, continuous delivery, event sourcing, optimisation, language design and machine learning.

Submission should be either a half-day hands-on workshop (3 hours), or a 45-minute conference talk.

All confirmed speakers will receive a ticket to the conference plus another one to give away to a guest upon request and subject to availability.

Additionally, we strongly encourage first-time speakers to be part of our programmes. If your talk is selected, you will have the opportunity to attend Jenny Martin's course "Giving Engaging Technical Talks at Conferences and Meetups" (subject to availability and conditions).

Please find our code of conduct here:

Deadline for Submission - Friday 26th April 2019

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