CPOSC 2020 Call for Speakers
In service to the health and safety of our local community, CPOSC 2020 will be going fully virtual. This means some of the questions below may look a little different than CFPs from years past, but please just answer to the best of your ability and reach out to us directly (team@cposc.org) if you have any questions.

CPOSC strives to offer outstanding sessions from a diverse community of open source practitioners, programmers, and proponents. The conference organizers will receive many more presentations than the conference can accommodate. To help reviewers select talks with the highest value to attendees, please complete the CFP form in full.

Your information submitted through this form will not be shared with marketers or 3rd parties. Your name, bio, provided headshot or image, company affiliation, talk title and talk description may appear on the cposc.org site and in CPOSC promotional materials.

Again, if you have any questions or concerns, please email team@cposc.org and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

Thanks for considering contributing your time, effort, and Open Source enthusiasm to CPOSC 2020!
Email address *
Full Name *
Phone Number *
Only used to reach you in an urgent situation on the day of the conference, unless you specify otherwise as part of a Rising Speaker mentorship, etc.
Company or Organization
Job Title
Website
Twitter
Any other links / social accounts you'd like to share (Github etc)
Talk Title *
Will be published on CPOSC website.
Talk Abstract *
50 words MAX! Be concise and make sure the audience will know what to expect and what will be delivered during your talk. The abstract is your promise to attendees, and it will be published on the CPOSC website.
Audience *
Speaker Bio *
Tell us about yourself! Will be published on CPOSC website.
Additional Speakers
Will you have multiple speakers presenting as part of your talk? If so, please tell us about each of them and their role in your session, so we can make sure they all have the credit and recognition they deserve. Include name, bio, and any social/online/contact information they want to share.
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