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Orlando Codecamp & Tech Conference 2020

event date

28 Mar 2020


100 Weldon Blvd Sanford, FL 32773 Sanford, Florida, United States

Orlando Codecamp & Tech Conference is a free, one-day learning event for software industry professionals and students. This is a "grassroots" code and tech conference, free of charge to attendees and open to presenters of all stripes and experience.

Topics include but not restricted to:

  • Languages and Frameworks: C#, .NET Core, Python, Kotlin
  • Data: SQL Server, CosmosDB, MongoDB, Postgresql, Databricks
  • Cloud: Azure, AWS, GCP
  • Containers and Microservices: Docker, Kubernetes, Microservice architecture, Kubernetes and did we mention, Kubernetes?
  • Agile: processes, methodologies, ceremonies
  • DevOps: mindset, culture, tools
  • IDEs and tools: VSCode, Eclipse
  • JavaScript: Node.js, Angular, React, Vue
  • Community: Diversity and Inclusion, Women in tech, podcasts, Twitch, community ethics
  • Architecture: Architectural styles, design patterns, scaling, high availability, fault tolerance
  • Personal and business skills: Productivity, Self-care, personal ethics
  • AI/ML: Algorithms, tools, data science
  • IoT: Internet of connected things
  • Open Source: popular OSS projects and any cool OSS projects you may be involved in
  • UI/UX: Building interfaces and making them usable. Accessibility talks ++
  • And any other tech-related topic
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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

01 Nov 2019

Call closes at 11:59 PM

18 Jan 2020

This event is in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-04:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

Individuals with expertise in any area/technology may signup to speak. We welcome speakers of all experience levels and technology backgrounds, and we encourage first-time speakers.

Regular sessions are 50-minutes long with a 10-minute break between sessions.
Lightning Talks are 20-minutes long with a 10-minute break between sessions.

Speakers are encouraged to submit talks on topics they're passionate about or experience on a daily basis. Blatant product/company pitches are frowned upon.

A speaker may submit multiple sessions; however, we typically approve one session per speaker. For instance, if a speaker submits multiple sessions, depending on the speaker and topic, we may pick either the lightning talk, or the regular session, or in rare cases, both. Use the "Notes to Organizer" field for session-specific communication.

Approvals will be sent out on a rolling basis. Approved speakers are notified by email. If your session is selected and you are unable to attend, please contact us immediately.

This is a free event, hosted by volunteers, with free meals and refreshments supplied by sponsors. We do not pay speaker fees and also don't cover travel and/or hotel costs; however, we work with local hotels to obtain discounted rates. Hotel information will be published closer to the event date.

Speakers are encouraged to attend our Speaker Dinner the night before the event. We also host a post-event party for both speakers and attendees, and we highly encourage attendance at both events.