Call for Lightning Talks - React Day Berlin Conference, December 2, 2017
This winter React community comes to Berlin! With a fully packed conference covering most up-to-date insights from the community.

With a support of the experienced organizers team, which succesfully wrapped the biggest React conference earlier this year (, and with your great and unique content, we can reach the highest React excitement levels in Germany to date.

The topic of the submitted talk should be relevant to the React community and technologies around it, including fields like:

* Web/SPA development
* Native development
* State management
* GraphQL/Apollo
* Testing
* FRP programming
* Productions insights and case studies

Lightning Talk length - 5-7 min, without QnA. Feel free to submit multiple talk proposals if you have few ideas to share!

Talk submission form will be open until October 27, after which our committee will analyse all the submissions and finalize the schedule. Lightning speakers attend conference for free.

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