SeleniumConf Chicago 2020 CFP Form
Thank you for your interest in applying to speak at SeleniumConf, taking place in Chicago on November 18 - 19 2020! Please read the information on this page before sending us your submission. If you'd like to discuss anything related to the call for proposals or your talk idea, feel free to reach out to us by email at info@seleniumconf.com.
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What we're looking for
We’re expecting over 600 QA, test automation and agile professionals to join us in Chicago this year who will be hungry for insightful, practical talks, each lasting around 30-40 minutes. If you’re passionate about Selenium (or related subjects) and want to share your expertise with the community then we would love to hear from you.

We are committed to making our conferences safe and enjoyable for everyone participating. You can read our Code of Conduct here: https://www.seleniumconf.com/code_of_conduct/
What we're offering
If your talk is selected, you'll receive:

- A free ticket to the conference (of course)
- An extra free ticket for a +1
- 3 nights' accommodation
- Economy travel expenses
- Miscellaneous expenses (e.g. travel, meals)
- A special speakers' dinner before the conference
- Optional public speaking training and help with your presentation
- Travel and accommodation for a carer or interpreter, or access to a dedicated local interpreter

If you're happy for your talk to be recorded we will film all talks and will make them available for free following the conference. The copyright on the talk belongs to the speaker.

We welcome applications from less experienced speakers and will work with you to help you prepare.
Important information
The CFP will close on 1 April. You will be notified no later than 20 May if you’re invited to speak. If you’ve purchased a ticket in the meantime, we will refund it if you’re invited as a speaker. The questions we ask are not shared beyond the programming committee. Programming decisions are made by the organisers and are final.

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