Call for Speakers

in 77 days

Git Merge 2022

event starts

14 Sep 2022

event ends

15 Sep 2022

location

Morgan Manufacturing Chicago, Illinois, United States

website

git-merge.com/


Git Merge is the annual Git community conference, focused on contributors, source control teams, and end-users of the best open source version control system. Every year, over 250 people participate in Git Merge, showing their commitment to the community of users and developers of a tool that has become an integral part of all of our development workflows.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

10 Jun 2022

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

10 Jul 2022

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What is Git Merge?

Git Merge is the Git community conference, focused on contributors, source control teams, and end-users of the best open source version control system. Hosted by GitHub.

By participating in Git Merge, you are showing your commitment to the community of users and developers of a tool that has become an integral part of all of our development workflows.

Purpose

• Advancing the Git community above all else.

• Engaging with companies with large and invested interests in Git.

• Strengthening relationship with Software Freedom Conservatory.

Audience

The target audience would be beginner-to-advanced users of Git, and system administrators responsible for source control infrastructure. We can expect the audience to consist of orgs that are investing heavily in social control workflows, professional users thinking about git differently, senior engineers, technical operations, engineering leads, and other senior technical leaders primarily.

There is only one track for this event, so your presentation will be given to the entire audience. 

Fine Print: 

Submitting a talk does not guarantee acceptance

•  We are more likely to accept talks that are not framed as product or sales pitches 


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