muCon London 2020 - Call for Papers
muCon London 2020 - The Conference on Microservices, DDD and Software Architecture
Wednesday 27th - Friday 29th May 2020
Business Design Centre - 52 Upper St, London N1 0QH

muCon is the go-to Conference for Microservices, DDD & Software Architecture.

muCon London 2020 will give you the chance to explore these topics in greater depth across a three day Conference with multiple tracks of thought-provoking content.

The flexibility of these topics will allow you to cherry-pick the talks most relevant to you, or try something completely new.

So come and join us at muCon London 2020 and help shape the conversation in discussions with some of the worlds leading architects and microservices experts. Share the challenges you are facing, the technologies you are exploring and the skills you have gained with other engineers passionate about creating highly flexible systems that rock. Follow us at #muCon for all the latest updates on the conference!

Would you like to speak at muCon? We want to hear your talk proposals!

Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied, diverse and valuable event. Submission is open to anyone, and we encourage first-time speakers to submit a proposal. Members of the Programme Committee are happy to offer coaching and assistance on talk proposals.

We strongly encourage first-time speakers to be part of our programmes. If your talk will be selected, you will be offered a free ticket to attend Jenny Martin's course "Giving Engaging Technical Talks at Conferences and Meetups".

Following suggestions we've received from speaking to our Community and Programme Committee we would like to actively encourage submissions on the following topics:

- Operability and Resilience Engineering (Building, deployment and production, CI/CD)
- Software Architecture and Design (strategic DDD)
- Visual Collaborative Modelling - practices, approaches and pitfalls
- How to implement your models in microservices - Tactical DDD with Microservices, CQRS, Message - Driven and Reactive Patterns, etc
- War Stories

Submissions should be for one of the following session types (time for Q&A is *included* in the session lengths):

- 45 minutes talk
- 15 minutes lightning talk
- 90 minutes workshops

Chosen speakers will receive a free ticket to the conference. Another ticket for a speaker's guest, or to be raffled or offered to a member of the community, will be available upon request. We'll be happy to offer this additional ticket for you to raffle it to a member of a less represented group.

Please find our code of conduct here:

Deadline for submission: COB Wednesday, 20th November 2019
Your Submission
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Please share what your talk will be on. We would also love to hear what the motivation behind the talk is. This will give the Committee a better idea of the message you are trying to convey and what drives you. Two or three paragraphs will suffice. Feel free to include a link (github etc) if your talk is about a project.
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Can your talk be classified into any of the Themes below? *
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If you require our assistance with your Travel & Living expenses, please note that we have limited funds available. Kindly provide an estimate of your costs​​ and a refund will be negotiated and agreed accordingly afterwards. *
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