Call for Speakers

in 66 days

NDC Workshops 2021

event starts

01 Jan 2021

event ends

31 Dec 2021



If you are a speaker with a workshop relevant to the software developer community, we want to hear from you! 

NDC Conferences is pleased to issue its first Call for Papers for NDC Workshops, its relaunched platform dedicated to independent workshops.


NDC Workshops offers speakers ultimate flexibility as all workshops will be online for the time being allowing speakers to conduct their workshop from the comfort and convenience of their home office. 

As the online forum is perhaps the most convenient and efficient way to attend a workshop, it makes it possible to appeal to a broader set of attendees who might otherwise not be able to attend an in-person workshop.  

Why NDC?

With over 20 years of experience offering in-person workshops and events, NDC is one of the most trusted brands in the software developer community. 

NDC Workshops will promote and market your workshop throughout the NDC community and beyond by leveraging its social media, and actively marketing towards key demographics.

NDC is synonymous with quality content and is a destination for learning and inspiration. We invite you to be a part of the NDC Community and submit your Call for Papers today!

open, 66 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

01 Oct 2020

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

31 Dec 2020

This event is in UTC+01:00 - Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna time zone.
Closing time in your time zone is .

This Call for Papers is open for all speakers who would like to schedule an online workshop or course through (also

Note!  Workshops will be run independently, unattached to any NDC event.

All topics are welcome!

While NDC is happy to provide guidance, the points below most be specified by you to list your workshop.

  • Your per attendee compensation requirements. NDC will mark this figure up by 50%. For example, a 200 USD cost price becomes a 300 USD ticket.
  • The length of your workshop. Workshops can be any length from half days (3.5 hours) to week-long workshops, and even courses that run over multiple weeks.
  • The specific dates you would like to run your workshop. Give yourself no less than one month lead time. It takes time to post and market your
  • The times you will run your workshop. For example, if giving a day long session from Oslo: 9:00-17:00 UTC+1. Take daylight savings changes into account when selecting your dates and times.

Important Notes!

  1. A minimum number of attendees may not be required to run your workshop. This means, by submitting a workshop, you agree to run it even if only a single attendee signs up.
  2. We list workshops from Australia in AUD, workshops in Norway in NOK, and all other workshops in USD. 
  3. Don´t overlook your tags! A well tagged workshop is easier to market.

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