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DevFest Singapore 2023

event date

18 Nov 2023

location

Google Developer Space, Singapore Singapore


We're glad that you want to contribute to our program with your submission. Let's get started, this won't take long.

Please take time to look into our Code of Conduct:
Google Event Community Guidelines and Anti-Harassment Policy

We recommend that you follow the following guidelines when submitting your talk to DevFest Singapore 2023. While following these guidelines does not guarantee that your talk will be accepted, it will give you a much better chance.

  1. Please ensure that your talk title and description match and that the title accurately reflects your topic.
    We all love a cute and catchy talk title with a nice play on words, but the program committee (and attendees for that matter) should be able to tell at a glance what topic your session will cover. We also ask that you be aware of our Code of Conduct when choosing your title.

  2. Define key takeaways and learning points.
    You will help the committee select your topic by explaining what you hope audience members will learn. Please try to include three to five key points that make your talk stand out from others. (This is important because we often receive 4-5 submissions on the same topic.) The more concrete and relevant these learning points are to the audience/conference, the better.

  3. What is your experience level with the topic?
    You don't have to be an expert in Kotlin to get your talk accepted. However, the committee does need to know your experience level with the topic. Are you working on an app or technology that is being deployed at scale? Is it a hobby or a side project? What are your specific experiences with using Kotlin in these settings?

  4. Have you given this talk before?
    Please let us know if (and where) you have given this talk before, how the talk was received, how it has changed from the past, and what new information we can expect.

  5. Keywords.
    We have included a pre-defined list of keywords in the CFP tool. If none of these keywords accurately describe your talk, please include a list of relevant keywords in your talk submission text. This will help us find your talk using a search tool when we are looking for a particular topic or technology.

Note: By submitting your proposal, you agree that GDG Singapore may contact you along with other potential speakers and relevant individuals to organize the events. This will include having your email address available for the group to see to ensure smooth and efficient collaboration. We will by no means use your email for any other means apart from events related to GDG Singapore, GDG Cloud Singapore, and WTM Singapore.

finished 212 days ago
Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

01 Oct 2023

Call closes at 11:59 PM

17 Nov 2023

Call closes in Malay Peninsula Standard Time (UTC+08:00) timezone.
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Please submit for a Lightning Talk (10-15 mins), Session (20-30 mins) or Panel Discussion.

We recommend that you follow the following guidelines when submitting your talk to DevFest Singapore 2023. While following these guidelines does not guarantee that your talk will be accepted, it will give you a much better chance.

  1. Please ensure that your talk title and description match and that the title accurately reflects your topic.
    We all love a cute and catchy talk title with a nice play on words, but the program committee (and attendees for that matter) should be able to tell at a glance what topic your session will cover. We also ask that you be aware of our Code of Conduct when choosing your title.

  2. Define key takeaways and learning points.
    You will help the committee select your topic by explaining what you hope audience members will learn. Please try to include three to five key points that make your talk stand out from others. (This is important because we often receive 4-5 submissions on the same topic.) The more concrete and relevant these learning points are to the audience/conference, the better.

  3. What is your experience level with the topic?
    You don't have to be an expert in Kotlin to get your talk accepted. However, the committee does need to know your experience level with the topic. Are you working on an app or technology that is being deployed at scale? Is it a hobby or a side project? What are your specific experiences with using Kotlin in these settings?

  4. Have you given this talk before?
    Please let us know if (and where) you have given this talk before, how the talk was received, how it has changed from the past, and what new information we can expect.

  5. Keywords.
    We have included a pre-defined list of keywords in the CFP tool. If none of these keywords accurately describe your talk, please include a list of relevant keywords in your talk submission text. This will help us find your talk using a search tool when we are looking for a particular topic or technology.