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Minnesota Developers Conference 2020

event date

04 May 2020

location

Earle Browne Heritage Center Minneapolis, United States


Minnesota Developers Conference is a one-day conference bringing together developers from Minnesota and beyond. Featuring national and local speakers showcasing innovations in .NET, front end tech, cloud, mobile, Serverless, DevOps, JavaScript, security, agile, soft skills, and more.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

30 Dec 2019

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

23 Feb 2020

This event is in UTC-06:00 - Central America time zone.
Closing time in your time zone is .

If you have great ideas and great talks that you want to share, we want to hear from you! MDC offers talks on a variety of software and developer-related topics. Whatever your passion, if it relates to technology professionals, then we want to get your speaker submission.

MDC will offer a combination of sessions and lightning talks. 


Format and duration

Regular talks are 45-minute sessions, and lightning talks are 10 minutes, each with a 5 minute Q&A.

Here are topics which have been well received at past MDCs:

  • .NET
  • Cloud
  • Javascript
  • Soft skills
  • Accessibility
  • DevOps
  • Mobile - iOS/Native/React Native/Xamarin
  • IoT, Hardware
  • Machine learning/AI
  • Security
  • Architecture
  • Big Data
  • Gaming

We encourage you to submit your top presentation or topics you are most passionate about, and not your entire portfolio of subjects. Also, if you have previous speaking experience, please include links to videos, online presentations/slides or blog posts.

Here is our Code of Conduct.


Deadline

The call for speakers closes February 23, 2020.


Questions?

Do not hesitate to contact us at mdc@ilmservice.com if you have any questions.

Hope to see you at the MDC 2020.

Travel and other expenses covered on a case-by-case basis.


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