Columbus Code Camp Presentation Proposal
In short: We're looking for code-centric topics for any platform or language. Fill out the form below to submit your proposal for consideration. You can submit more than one proposal. Contact cmhcodecamp@gmail.com with any questions.

Background
Columbus Code Camp, the technology-agnostic software developer conference for central Ohio, will take place Saturday, October 14, 2017 at the Rev1 Ventures (formerly TechColumbus) building near the OSU campus. You can read more about the conference at http://columbuscodecamp.com.
Columbus Code Camp invites all interested people to submit proposals for scheduled talks, tutorials, and panels. All topics of interest to software developers are welcome. Typical presentations are about 45 minutes plus a 10 minute question-and-answer period.

Who Should Submit a Proposal?
You. Your co-workers. Your friends. Your co-workers' friends. If you know anything about creating software -- no matter whether you've been doing it forever or if you just have some new ideas about it -- then you're a candidate for a great topic at the code camp. Just as we have all sorts of attendees, we need all sorts of speakers. We try to create an environment where everyone can learn from anyone, and that's only possible with your help.

We encourage submissions from people that have never done a talk before. If you're ambivalent, please contact us for even more encouragement -- we're sure we can convince you!

If you have more than one presentation that you're willing to give, please fill this form out once for each presentation.

Please contact cmhcodecamp@gmail.com with any questions.

About your presentation
Please give a brief description of the topic and/or an overview/synopsis of your talk. *
Your answer
What's the working title for your presentation? *
We won't hold you to this, but at least put something that we can use for a placeholder in our scheduling matrix.
Your answer
What level of expertise is your target attendee? *
What audience size would work best for your talk? *
If you're doing something more interactive, a smaller venue might work better for you. Your response will help us to optimize room assignments.
Required
Do you have any time preference for when you give your talk? *
What's the format for your session? *
How much time will you require for your presentation? *
Ideally, your session will last for an hour or less, but we can try to accommodate longer sessions. Don't forget to include time for questions and for any A/V setup/changes.
Are there any requirements for your session or your session's attendees?
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