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HashiTalks 2024

event starts

15 Feb 2024

event ends

16 Feb 2024



HashiTalks is a 24-hour, free virtual event for HashiCorp users that follows the sun. Connect with our global community to hear from and learn with fellow practitioners.

Curious to know what you might hear about during HashiTalks? Speakers often share:

  • Real-world and relevant use cases
  • Common challenges, solutions and lessons learned
  • How HashiCorp tools enable unique and creative systems
  • Demos of HashiCorp tools highlighting recommended patterns and practices

What is HashiTalks?

HashiTalks are global, themed and regional live stream events, organized by the HashiCorp Community team. Our goal is to support our practitioners around the world and amplify voices within the community. Themed and global events are produced in English; regional events are produced in local languages. All HashiTalks are aired live on YouTube and LinkedIn.

To see if there is a HashiTalks scheduled for your region, language or interest, navigate to:

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Call for Proposals
Call opens at 12:00 AM

07 Aug 2023

Call closes at 8:00 AM

01 Dec 2023

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This is a live event with talks given by community members like you. We are looking for unique use cases, technical talks, culture talks, and demos focused on HashiCorp tools and community. We welcome submissions from any skill level or background.

As a reference, great abstracts include a problem statement, solution(s), and outcomes or lessons learned. Submitters should consider what attendees might learn by attending the proposed talk, and ensure these details are included.


Read this community forum thread to learn why this is a great opportunity for speakers of all experience levels:


If you would prefer to pre-record your talk in advance, please review our Recording Guidelines before submitting your video:

After HashiTalks, the live stream will be clipped by speaker and published to HashiCorp's YouTube channel for the global community to view.


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