Azure Fest is a free, single day event for all things Azure; Microsoft’s public cloud computing platform.
We bring together local community speakers and world-class international speakers sharing real word experiences, best practices and the latest Azure developments.
The first edition of Azure Fest was a great success! It was held in June 2019 and there were over 150 people sharing the same passion for the Microsoft Azure platform. This year we're aiming for a bigger event with parallel sessions, and more speakers and attendees.
We'd like to invite you to submit your best Azure related abstracts for this second edition!
Tell us what you want to speak about on Azure Fest. We are very keen on learning more on some interesting real life projects you've worked on, what's the latest shiny bits you've worked with, best practices or whatever other amazing story you have for us.
Some suggestions you can talk about are:
But feel free to think outside the box and surprise us with your abstracts!
Be sure to send multiple sessions, but try to limit to 3 or 4 of your best and most relevant sessions. Also, if you have any previous speaker experience, please include links to videos, online presentations/slides. If you have a blog or Twitter handle, be sure to send it along also.
Sessions must be delivered in English and are scheduled to be 50 minutes. Please take into account some time for questions, so make sure you can deliver the session in 45 minutes.
Please note that all selected speakers must follow our Code of Conduct, which can be found on our event web page: https://www.azurefest.nl/codeofconduct/
We will be selecting speakers before the end date, so be sure you don't wait till the end to submit your abstracts!
For speakers from the Netherlands we will cover 1 night in our speaker hotel nearby the venue. For international speakers, we'll cover 2 nights in our speaker hotel as well as the travel expenses (flight or train ticket).
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