This conference is a live, online event (live on YouTube) targeted towards the German-speaking data communities within Europe – mainly Austria, Germany, Fürstentum Lichtenstein and Switzerland. As a result, we’re focusing on speakers from this area, but of course, anyone worldwide may apply as well. We also will have session blocks in which speakers are presenting in German, but most sessions will be delivered in English.
Topics this conference covers:
Anything within Microsoft’s Stack is welcome as long it is connected to data somehow. This includes Power Automate and other services.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, WE CAN TALK! Just contact us, we don't bite.
CODE OF CONDUCT: https://databash.live/code-of-conduct/
All people involved in this event, must comply to our Code of Conduct. In case of any reported violations of our code of conduct, we reserve the right to pass the name of any misconducting person to third parties, including law enforcement, so that we may enforce this code of conduct and the safety of any other speaker or attendee. Conference participants violating these rules may be expelled from the conference at the discretion of the conference organizers. Speakers or attendees that were banned from other events may be refused to participate at the discretion of the organizing team.
Open for all sessions related to the Microsoft Data & AI Platform, in all possible flavors. From more traditional DBA and BI topics, to modern data topics like data lakehouses and data virtualization.
Non-tech sessions, contributing to a better and more diverse community, are welcome with open arms. Think Mental Health for IT Pros, Imposter Syndrome, Amplifying Diversity & Inclusion, Career & Personal Growth
All conference sessions will be 60 minutes long (including at least 5 minutes of Q&A), and allocated to a track by the organizing team.
A smaller, limited number of sessions can be held in German in blocks that we will provide. However, majority of the sessions will be in English. Please select the language you want to present in.
We genuinely encourage any new speaker to submit a proposal as a Newcomer. As an easy guideline, new speakers are people who have not yet presented at a SQL Server / Azure / Power Platform etc. conference. User Group sessions, webinars and client/team presentations are not taken into account for this categorization.
Each new speaker will be paired up with a buddy/mentor, who will provide them with highly valuable tips & tricks. Even more so, we'll provide new speakers with all assistance they need and want whilst preparing for their debut.
Submitting as a new speaker, means you agree to meet with your buddy/mentor and collaborate on your session.
Three submissions are allowed per speaker. Up to three co-speakers are allowed per session submission. Submitted sessions are viewable publicly on the Sessionize platform. More than one submitted session may be accepted into the conference agenda.
The conference will be broadcasted live to YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter, but there will be no recording for most people.
After the event, the recordings will be removed. However, a third party may record the conference session without our knowledge or permission, for which we do not have any influence.
A few recordings may be used for marketing the next event if the speaker has agreed to this.
- Call for Speakers opens: May 15th 2023
- Call for Speakers closes: August 25th 2023
- Session selection feedback: until September 1st 2023
- Schedule announcement to public: September 2nd 2023
- Conference day: November 25th 2023