Appdevcon 2018 Call for Papers
Appdevdon is an app developers conference on March 15 and 16, 2018 in Amsterdam. We focus on technical sessions for app developers for both the Apple (iOS, tvOS, watchOS etc) and Android platforms.

This is the form for our call for papers. Please fill out whatever you think we need to be able to evaluate your talk proposal.

If you want to tell us more about why we should select your talk, feel free to fill up the remarks field too. Our site at http://appdevcon.nl has a page on our call for papers if you need background info.

Your name
Your answer
Email address
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Title
What is the title of the talk you are proposing?
Your answer
Type *
What type of session are you planning to deliver?
Abstract
Please describe what you would like to talk about. This is the abstract we would show on our site if we accept your talk.
Your answer
Talk Level
What is your target audience?
Platform Focus
Does your topic target a specific platform?
Topic
Which of the following topic(s) do you like to cover in your talk?
Target audience
Please select who would be the ideal target audience for this talk
Bio
Please tell us a bit about yourself. This is the bio that will appear on our site if we select your talk.
Your answer
About you
Please tell us a bit about your experience with app development and if you have experience presenting. This info will not be published but helps us evaluate your skills as a speaker.
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Your location
If we select your talk, we would like to know where you would be flying/coming from.
Your answer
Do you require travel/lodging?
We cover travel and 1 or 2 hotel nights for speakers. However if you represent a company that might be willing to chip in for the travel and lodging costs, we would be able to attract more international speakers. (We will add your company's logo to the sponsor section in that case)
Is this a commercial / sponsored talk?
Sponsor requests are evaluated separate from the regular call for papers. We'll contact you if the answer to this question is 'yes'.
Remarks
Anything else you'd like to share with us?
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