2019 WWCode Tech Tracks: CALL FOR PROPOSALS
WWCode is looking for 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.

We have some amazing upcoming opportunities:

WWCode Cloud 2019: San Francisco - September 28, 2019
WWCode Front End 2019t: Berlin - October 12, 2019
WWCode Python / Data Science: Atlanta - November 2, 2019
WWCode Blockchain/WWCode Mobile : New York - December 5, 2019

Talks and workshops include technical topics and innovative technology concepts targeted to the experienced software engineer.

Examples: sharing engineering and technical know-how, pro-tips, and work processes; demonstrating new technologies; exploring thought leadership on ideas important for engineers; technical innovation across industries; and leadership.

Formats include:
Talks: 30 minutes
Lightning Talks: 5 minutes
Hands-on Workshops: 50 minutes
CodeLabs: 50 minutes + longer /open project support

Don’t be afraid to bring up advanced stuff or even include live demo-ing.

Submissions by 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.

Deadlines are posted in the specific summit CFP. Talks are received, reviewed, and accepted on a rolling basis. Submit early to have the greatest chance for feedback and acceptance to speak.

Speaker travel will not be provided. Thank you for choosing to support Women Who Code with your time!

Questions about speaking at the summit: techtracks@womenwhocode.com

Women Who Code is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

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