WordCamp Hamilton 2016 - Call For Speakers
Interested in speaking at WordCamp Hamilton 2016? Great! Just complete this form to submit your application. We'll be reviewing them on a FIFO (first-in first-out) basis.

If you would like to submit more than one proposal please do! You can submit 1 or 2 talk ideas per form.

We look for speakers that are experienced but we also look for young and new speakers as well. Being a professional speaker is not required, however you must be knowledgeable and have experience with the topic you are presenting on.

Your session is not to promote your own theme, plugin or business. If your session is to detail how you used WordPress code to build some really great aspect of your theme, plugin or business, and you’d like to present that as a case study, feel free to submit your session, but know that we do not allow for sales pitches at any point.

Please be prepared to submit speaker slides or review your presentation with a WordCamp Hamilton organizer PRIOR to the event if asked.

Propose A Session
Please fill out the form below
Full Name
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About You
"Who are you, and what do you do?" Briefly introduce yourself. Please let us know where you are from (City, Province). Helpful to include links to your social media profiles, presentations you've done in the past, etc... anything that gives us an idea of who you are and what you're all about.
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If you do not have a website you may enter your LinkedIn, Meetup or other preferred online profile.
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Proposed Session Title
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Description of your proposed session
Tell us about your presentation. What will be covered? Who is the intended audience? If you have slides available, please include a link.
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Learning Outcomes
What will participants learn / be able to do after they have attended your session? Keep this to bullet points and focused on the outcomes. Each bullet should start with an action verb (ie: NOT "learn"). For example: "leverage the WordPress plugin API to create a custom plugin", "apply the WCAG 2.0 guidelines to create AODA-compliant websites", "use Photoshop to create WordPress-theme-ready artwork", "integrate WordPress into their website design process"
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OPTIONAL: Have a second session in mind?
Submit information on an idea for another session if you have more than one.
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2nd Session Description (optional)
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2nd Session Learning Outcomes (optional)
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