THOTCON 0xB - Call for Papers
This form is used for the THOTCON Call for Papers. There are three different length talks: 120 minutes, 50 minutes and 25 minutes. 120 minute talks are meant to be mini workshops where content should include multiple demos leave the attendees learning how to do something unique. The 50 minute talks are meant to be main stage type presentations and the 25 minute talks are meant to be a very focused topic or singular idea to be shared.

The THOTCON 0xB will be held in Chicago, IL on May 8th and 9th, 2019. This is on a Friday and Saturday.

This form should be filled out completely. Incomplete forms will be discarded and not considered for the THOTCON 0xB CFP.

By submitting this form, you are agreeing to the "Grant of Copyright Use" and "Terms of Speaking Requirements" located at http://thotcon.org/cfp

NOTE: If you see the "Submission Complete" screen after submitting this form, you have completed the process. We will not email you to confirm nor is there a reason to contact us to confirm.

CFP Closes on January 1st, 2020.
You will receive notification on or by Feb 1st, 2020 if your CFP is accepted.

NOTE: Please only submit ONE talk for consideration, and only submit talks/topics that you are passionate about. Blasting us with many talks will result in the selection of none of your talks.
Email address *
Your Name or Handle or Both: *
Your answer
Co-Presenter Name or Handle or Both:
Your answer
Country/State/City of Residence: *
Your answer
Phone Number: *
Your answer
Have you presented at a con before? *
If so, which one(s) and when
Your answer
Also, if so, add a link to a previous talk video and/or presentation:
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Brief Bio: *
Must be less than 140 characters. This will be printed on website and in the program. Please DO NOT include a long form bio.
Your answer
Co-Presenter Brief Bio:
Must be less than 140 characters. This will be printed on website and in the program. Please DO NOT include a long form bio.
Your answer
Your Twitter Handle: *
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Co-Presenter Twitter Handle:
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What year was "Hackers" the movie released? *
It recently celebrated it's 20th anniversary.
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