Call for Speakers

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Code BEAM Europe 2024

event starts

14 Oct 2024

event ends

15 Oct 2024


Estrel Berlin Berlin, Germany

Erlang and Elixir events are back in a big way.

Our last Very Early Bird sale lasted less than 4 hours before the tickets sold out. Don't miss our next event, Code BEAM Europe, in the thriving tech hub of Berlin and online on 14 -15 October. 

You can join us as a Speaker!
Do you have knowledge or experience that you'd like to share with your peers? Whether you're a seasoned developer or new to the game, we want to hear from you! 

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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 9:00 AM

12 Apr 2024

Call closes at 11:59 PM

28 May 2024

Call closes in W. Europe Daylight Time (UTC+02:00) timezone.
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Do you have knowledge or experience with Erlang, Elixir and the ecosystem? Would you like to share that knowledge and experience with your peers?

Whether you are new to Erlang/Elixir or a seasoned developer on a core team, we want to hear what you can share with the global Erlang & Elixir community.

Code BEAM Europe 2024 is an Erlang & Elixir conference with either 20-minute or 40-minute in-person speaking slots including optional Q&A with both in-person and virtual audiences.

This year we are looking for great talk ideas around the themes of:

Growth of the Ecosystem

Convincing decision-makers to adopt Erlang and Elixir whilst overcoming the challenges of building and retaining teams.

Communication & Scaling with the BEAM

Platforms, frameworks and paradigms supporting communication, web services, IoT and demand for scalability.

AI & Machine Learning

Combining our systems with the components that give us the power of machine learning and AI on the BEAM.

Deployment & DevOps

Overcoming challenges of deploying and scaling your systems in production environments.

Fighting Technical Debt

Improving legacy systems and breaking the monolith.

History, Innovation & Sustainability

How we learn from the past to shape the future through innovation and green tech.

But don't worry if your idea doesn't fit within those categories. We're always looking to be wowed by new and exciting submissions!

What are you waiting for? Submit your talk by 28 May 2024, and we'll let you know by 14 June if your submission has been accepted. We can't wait to see what you come up with!


We want to make sure our conference is as diverse as the community we represent.
Do you know any researchers, programmers or experts who are a part of groups traditionally underrepresented in IT (due to gender, ethnicity or any other reason) and whose work you can recommend to our committee?

Please, let them know, that our CFT is open and that we’d love to see their work! Also, you can suggest their name in the form.


  • Your talk should be submitted by 23:59 CET on 28 May 2024.
  • You will be informed about the status of your submission by 14 June 2024.


  • presenting in real-time with a large global reach
  • the chat tab for your talk - the possibility of reviewing and continuing the discussion around your presentation
  • possibility to ask/answer (via Q&A tab or by voice) questions to speakers/audience
  • setting up and running discussions around your favourite subjects on the community board (chat rooms)
  • setting up and running virtual meet-ups before, during and after the event (functionality of a community board)
  • taking part in additional activities, such as quizzes, competitions, lightning talks
  • we will promote your talk via various social media channels


Never spoken at conferences before and are unsure if you should, and what should you talk about? Noel Rappin has a good article on this here:

"1. A conference that was limited to only people that really thought they were the most qualified person to talk would be depressing, if not completely horrific.

2. You are absolutely the most qualified person to tell me what you think about a particular topic.

3. This is how you become qualified. You study something, you teach it to other people."

Which mistakes to avoid when submitting a talk? Noel Rappin also has an answer in this article:

In short: clearly identify your topic, be respectful of everyone, be interesting, but also self-aware, don't pitch your company, and submit early and often. We could also add to that - think if this conference audience is the right one for your talk (and why?).

Need more tips? We recommend Sarah Mei's article "What Your Conference Proposal is Missing":


All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference must agree to the following Code of Conduct.


Code Sync and Erlang Solutions care about your data and privacy. By submitting this form you agree that your data will be processed according to our privacy policy. You can opt-out anytime from the emails you receive from Code Sync. You also agree to your submission (all the form fields) being shared with our programme committee members, using this Sessionize platform, who will be reviewing your submission. If your submission is successful, you agree to us adding your profile to one of our conference platform, Whova.

event fee

free for speakers

Plus 10% discount code to share with your network to buy conference tickets (Very Early Bird excluded) and invitation to all the accompanying events: Speakers' meet-up/dinner, afterparty, etc.

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