Little Rock Tech Fest 2019 will be Oct. 10th & 11th at the State House Convention Center in Downtown Little Rock, Arkansas. The two-day event is focused on bringing professional software developer topics that expand their skill set and expose them to relevant changes in the software development.
We have two different formats that we will be filling with the CFP:
Hourly Sessions - These are 40 min sessions with 10 minutes reserved for Q&A
Workshop Sessions -These sessions are 1.5hr workshops (or if longer..let's talk) for more in-depth coverage of a topic.
First round of speaker notifications will be made on August 1st and later entries will be made by Sept. 7th.
Thank you in advance for your submission, and we look forward to hearing you share your knowledge about software and technology at our event.
Software Design is returning to the basics and covers a variety of topics. It’s learning not just how to write code, but to do it right. Topics would include:
Security when done right goes completely unnoticed. Subjects that will help you stay out of the headlines would include:
UX Design is creating software experiences that engage the user and make them want to use your software again. Considering not only how the application looks but also how easy it is for the user to use it. Topic would include:
Internet of Things is connecting devices to the internet enabling them to send and receive information. This could be gathering data for your business or tinkering with a home automation device. Topics would include:
Beyond the Code – Can’t get along with your co-workers? Maybe it’s not them. We spend the majority of our time talking to computers, but we still need to communicate to each other. Topics would include:
Data Science - Regardless of whether an application generates a lot or a little data, it should be used to make intelligent decisions. Topics would include:
Web / Mobile Development is making sense of the 100 ways to build a website and make it work with any device. Topics would include:
DevOps is streamlining the process of taking code from development into production. These topics will help you avoid the “it works on my machine!” syndrome. Topics would include:
Other topics that you think are important and would add to Little Rock Tech Fest? We would love to hear it. Choose this topic and let us know how your talk would add to the knowledge and skills of a tech professional.
Speakers will have a discounted hotel block and we will cover the expense of one hotel night.