Call for Speakers

in 84 days

GDG DevFest Budapest

event starts

05 Nov 2020

event ends

07 Nov 2020


Budapest, Hungary


GDG DevFest Budapest will take place for the 2nd time. The conference will bring together developers, managers and entrepreneurs on 5-7th November 2020 to Budapest, capital of Hungary.

open, 62 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

01 May 2020

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

13 Oct 2020

This event is in UTC+01:00 - Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague time zone.
Closing time in your time zone is .

This year's focus will be on the content. We’re looking for speakers like you, who are ready to rock the stage and deliver the best talk or workshop in the field.

We will provide more independent tracks on Mobile, WebCloud & Cloud Native and Security topics but other topics eg. Women in technology, Arts & Visuals, etc. are also welcome.

Cloud & Cloud Native track

Public Cloud technologies by the major players (GCP, AWS, Azure):

  • Compute, Storage and Databases, Big Data, IoT, Machine Learning, Identity & Security, Tooling

Topics related to Cloud Native technologies eg projects listed on the CNCF Cloud Native Landscape:

  • App Definition and Development, Orchestration & Management, Runtime, Provisioning, Platforms, Observability and Analysis

Mobile track

Android & Kotlin, Flutter related topics

  • Development, Testing & Debugging, Performance & optimization, Deployment, APIs, Tooling, Ecosystem

Mobile Cloud Computing

  • Mobile & Cloud interaction

Security track

Development related Security topics:

  • DevSecOps, Secure Coding, Application Security testing, API Design, etc 

Security topics related to the Mobile, Cloud & Cloud Native or Web tracks.

Web track

Web development related topics:

  • Polymer, AMP, Angular, New Web Standards, Tooling, Markup Languages, Development Tools/Environment, CSS, JavaScript, Networks, HTTP, and servers, Web Applications, Front End Libraries and Frameworks, Behavioral analysis and personalization, Content analysis, Crowd phenomena, Internet economics and monetization, Security, privacy, trust and abuse, Semantic web, Social networks and graph analysis, Software infrastructure, performance, scalability, and availability, User interfaces, human factors, and smart devices, Web mining, Web search systems and applications

We're looking for experience-based talks, the information that can not be found in the documentation or easily googled. We're looking for your stories, your struggles, research results and experiences with the frontier tools or technologies.

We are interested in anything that squarely fits into the spectrum of:

  • Cutting-edge technological advances in the world of mobile, web, cloud and security
  • Wild ideas & clever hacks that others can learn from
  • Improving developer's life and productivity
  • Lessons learned from successful and disastrous project launches
  • Whatever you consider useful for the community

You can submit as many talks as you want. This year we accept submissions in the following formats:

  • 20 minutes lightning talks
  • 40 minutes sessions
  • 2 or 3 hrs workshops

Talks that will not pass initial review

  • Talks whose focus is pitching a company or project. It’s cool that you mention your company during the presentation, but it shouldn’t be the focus of the talk.
  • Proposals that are not in English.
  • Recruitment talks to attract talent.

Call for Papers submission deadline is October 2020.

Any questions? Cannot find a matching topic you would propose? No worries.

Email organizers at and let's discuss details.


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