Call for Speakers

API Specifications Conference 2022

in 117 days

API Specifications Conference 2022

event starts

19 Sep 2022

event ends

21 Sep 2022

location

South San Francisco Conference Center South San Francisco, California, United States

website

apispecs.io


After a fantastic inaugural event in 2019, successful virtual events in 2020 and 2021, the API Specifications Conference (ASC) is back in-person in 2022. ASC 2022 will include keynotes and sessions on specifications and standards behind the cutting edge technologies that chart the future of APIs.

We are looking for talks that range from beginner introductions to API specifications all the way through best practices and forward looking sessions on API specifications and standards including OpenAPI Specification, gRPC, AsyncAPI, GraphQL, RAML, API Blueprint, oDATA, JSON Schema, and others. In-depth discussions will not only enable attendees to get familiar with these specifications and standards, but actually use them in practice.

The event has its origins in the API Strategy and Practice Conference (APIStrat) which ran for many years and became part of the OpenAPI Initiative in 2016. The collaborative spirit and community from APIStrat continue through the ASC event and we look forward to many of the same lively conversations and debates!

Anyone who works with, develops, or architects APIs will be in attendance, as well as specification and standards maintainers.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 9:00 AM

04 Apr 2022

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

27 May 2022

This event is in Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-07:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

Please submit your proposals for either a talk, open discussion, or workshop: 

  • Talk - A 25-30 minute talk to teach attendees something new, share experiences, best practices, and more.
  • Open discussion - If you are interested in leading and moderating an open discussion on a specific topic for attendees to share experiences, work on specification proposals together, or explore new ideas together.
  • Hands-on Workshop

The most important part of the submission is information about yourself and the topics you’d like to present or teach. 

Be concise, but also be specific. It is hard for us to accept talks that are vague. Remember to ask: What exactly will someone get out of this talk?

CFP Writing Resources: 


CFP Details (IMPORTANT):

In the Session description section, include an abstract (1-2 paragraphs) for your talk. It is critical for your abstract to be longer than a couple of sentences.

In the Notes to organizer section, consider adding a brief outline to help us get a better idea of what the talk will be about or background information about your talk. 

A maximum of 3 submissions per speaker are permitted. If you are making 3 submissions, it's recommend having a mixture of session formats.


Need help? 

If you need help or advice for your submissions, please contact speakers@openapis.org. If you are a first time and underrepresented speakers, we especially want to help you submit a talk and are available to help you work through talk ideas or how to structure your proposal. 


Code of Conduct:

All speakers and attendees will be expected to follow the event Code of Conduct: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/about/code-of-conduct/


event fee

free for speakers

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