Call for Speakers

Surat Tech Fest - 2020

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Surat Tech Fest - 2020

event starts

21 Sep 2020

event ends

22 Sep 2020



Hello Friends,

Those were the days we have had the luxury of attending in-person events to learn and to network with friends, the teachers, the professionals, and like-minded peoples.  But the pandemic has changed it all.

We have seen, participated, and attended the in-person events in Surat many-a-times in the past. This year, we will be creating history. We will participate in and attend our first online-only event with the same enthusiasm.

Yes, you've read it right! The online-only event. This event will be for two days. We will have a great line-up of speakers for both the days. Some local, some from pan India, and a couple of international speakers.

You will find the call-for-speakers (CFP) open very soon.

The timing will be from 10 AM to 5 PM IST.

Please stay tuned and keep visiting this place for more details.

Thank you

Hemantgiri Goswami

open, 24 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

03 Aug 2020

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

31 Aug 2020

This event is in UTC+05:30 - Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi time zone.
Closing time in your time zone is .

What we are looking for?

We are looking for speakers! If you are as passionate as we are, please submit your session title and abstract. Our panel will evaluate the session abstract and if ours and your goals are aligned - "knowledge is to share"  you will hear back from us soon.


No bar! Encouraging speakers to speak on Microsoft, Oracle, MySQL, AWS, Azure, GCP, Cyber Security, Soft Skills, or any other thing you can think a community will be interested to learn on.

Format of presentation:

  • The session will be of 75 minutes
  • Can have co-speaker
  • Level of the topic can be Beginner, Intermediate, Advance and Expert

all submitted sessions

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4 submissions
Submitted sessions
Rohan Bhagat
  • Kubernetes and DevOps
  • Infrastructure Automation with Terraform
Mangesh Gaherwar
  • Better ways for Error handling in Angular
  • Explore gRPC in .Net core