Call For Proposal - WWCode Connect Asia 2019
WWCode is looking for enthusiastic and dynamic speakers working in technology who want to share their expertise. We aim to have speakers that represent the talent and rich diversity of our community.

Talks include both technical topics and innovative ideas that support technical professionals. Examples: sharing engineering and technical know-how, protips, and work processes; demonstrating new technologies; exploring thought leadership on ideas important for engineers; technical innovation across industries; and leadership, inclusion, and career advancement.

Formats include:
Talks (40 minutes + 10 mins Q&A)
Lightning Talks (~ 10 minutes)
Hands-on Workshops (50 mins)

The goal is to share technical and soft skill experiences with technical leaders, software developers, product managers, designers and other technologists. If you use a specific language, your talk must be understandable by good developers, even if they don’t know the exact language syntax (short snippets or pseudo-code are totally fine). Attendees will be able to take away changes that can improve their day-to-day jobs.

Don’t be afraid to bring up advanced stuff and even try your hand at live demo-ing. Consider topics like machine learning, data science, cloud, mobile, web, security, and more. Submissions by professional and first-time speakers are welcome. If you have an awesome idea, do not hesitate to submit it! We will be happy to give you the necessary feedback to make sure it matches audience expectations.

Deadline to submit: June 15th.
Talks are accepted on a rolling basis. Submit early to have the greatest chance for feedback and acceptance to speak.

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