Call for Speakers

in 144 days

NDC Minnesota 2019

event starts

06 May 2019

event ends

09 May 2019

location

Saint Paul RiverCentre, Minnesota Saint Paul, United States


As we prepare for NDC Minnesota 2019 we are opening up for all topics and subjects interesting to developers. If you have something to say, then speak up!


From 6-9 May 2019, NDC Minnesota will offer a combination of talks, lightning talks, workshops and panels. In the previous years NDC has been primarily focused on .NET, frontend and agile, but as the .NET developers world has changed, so has NDC.


NDC covers travel and accommodation for speakers that are not considered local. Speakers also get access to the conference both days.

open, 34 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

07 Oct 2018

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

15 Jan 2019

This event is in Central Standard Time time zone.
Closing time in your time zone is .

Format and duration

Regular talks are 60 minutes lectures, and lightning talks are 10 minutes. Pre-Conference Workshops are full day workshops (1 or 2 days). There is no length requirement for the conference workshops. 

  • ​Security
  • DevOps
  • .NET
  • Cloud
  • Javascript
  • Soft/Workskills
  • Software methodology/software/scrum
  • Mobile - iOS/Native/React Native/Xamarin
  • IoT, Hardware
  • C++
  • Machine learning/AI/AR/VR
  • Architecture & Design
  • Big data (blockchain)
  • Gaming
  • 3D modeling

We encourage you to submit your top presentation or topics you are most passionate about, and not your entire portfolio of subjects. Try to limit the number of submissions to 3-4. Also, if you have previous speaking experience, please include links to videos, online presentations/slides or blog posts.


Questions?

Do not hesitate to contact us at info@ndcconferences.com if you have any questions regarding this call for papers.


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