Call For Presenters
Thank you for your interest in presenting at ng-conf 2021! To submit your talk proposal, please read the important details and information below and complete this form by 11:59PM GMT-7 on January 23rd, 2021.
What ng-conf is looking for:
Dear Potential Speaker,

Thank you for coming here to submit your ideas to speak at ng-conf 2021. It's ideas and contributions from Angular community members like you that make each ng-conf event the best one yet. Our goal as an organizing team is to help you put your best foot forward, as well as to ensure that you're addressing the topics and concerns that are currently of most interest within the Angular community.

The theme for ng-conf 2021 is "ng-conf: The Musical". Much of the conference will center around this theme. Although not required as part of your presentation, we do encourage creativity within the music & Broadway genres.

Talks will be pre-recorded, so you will need to record your talk several weeks before the event and send it to us. We will help you with this process.

If you'd like help coming up with subject/presentation ideas or with writing your proposal, check out the replay of our CFP Office Hours from January 13th where ng-conf organizers Joe Eames and Aaron Frost went live to answer these and other questions 👉https://youtu.be/5z7bMWA2SYo

You can also watch Office Hours from previous years for additional help:

2016 - https://ngcnf.org/cfp2016officehours
2017 - https://ngcnf.org/cfp2017officehours
2018 - https://ngcnf.org/cfp2018officehours
2019 - https://ngcnf.org/cfp2019officehours

If you have any additional questions or would like help submitting your proposal, please email us at info@ng-conf.org.
Benefits of Speaking at ng-conf:
Those selected to present at ng-conf 2021 will receive the following:

🎫 Get a free ticket to ng-conf 2021
👷‍♀️ Build your network
🎓 Learn new skills
🤝 Meet your heroes
💪 Strengthen your personal brand
🏆 Undying gratitude and eternal glory ✊🤩
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