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NDC Minnesota 2020 - Online Workshop Event

event starts

08 Sep 2020

event ends

11 Sep 2020

location

Online


NDC Minnesota 2020 will be an online event focusing on hands-on workshops.

Format and Duration

The first two days will consist of deep-dive 1 and 2-day workshops. The last two days will consist of half-day workshops, each lasting 3.5 hours.

Attendees will pre-register for the 1 and 2-day workshops, allowing you to know attendance levels in advance. Half-day workshops will not require pre-registration, and therefore attendance levels will not be known in advance.

Hands-On Content

We want to offer attendees a hands-on experience. Please include labs, exercises, or other ways for attendees to get hands-on experience with the subjects.

If you have not run interactive online workshops before, don’t worry - we will run training sessions, rehearsals, and webinars to help you adapt your material and your teaching style to the online format.

Timing

Morning Slots: 09:00 - 12:30

Break: 12:30 - 13:30

Afternoon Slots: 13:30 - 17:00

All times in local Minnesota time (CST)

Speaker Compensation

Speakers will receive $50 (USD) for each attendee per half-day:

$50 per attendee per half-day workshop.

$100 per attendee per 1-day workshop.

$200 per attendee per 2-day workshop.


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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

02 Jun 2020

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

12 Jul 2020

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Here are some suggestions for topics:

  • .NET
  • Architecture & Design
  • Back-End and Front-End
  • Serverless and Cloud Native
  • Micro Front-End
  • Cloud
  • Kubernetes/Containers/K3S
  • Mobile
  • Web
  • Open Source
  • Security
  • UX
  • Visualization
  • 3D software development
  • Game development
  • Data Science, AI and Machine Learning
  • Ethics in software development
  • Modern development practices
  • Testing
  • Continuous Delivery
  • DevOps
  • Tools for software development
  • Software methodology and process
  • Teams, people, roles and how we work.
  • Product development
  • Edge, IoT and hardware
  • Functional Programming
  • Programming Languages

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

Questions?

Contact us at info@ndcconferences.com if you have any questions regarding this call for papers.

Hope to see you at NDC Minnesota 2020.


Best regards

The NDC Minnesota Agenda committee