FROM DEVELOPERS, FOR DEVELOPERS
The international conference for developers, Voxxed Days, brings the successful series down under to the growing technical hub of Melbourne (Australia).
As with Devoxx, a spirit of openness, community, killer content and low priced tickets underpin the Voxxed Days philosophy.
Speak and share your passion with the Melbourne tech community.
We are looking for technical and practical talks. The idea is to share your successes and failures, to give a practical overview of why one should or should not use a certain technology, to demonstrate your architectural and technology choices and why they work/don’t work.
There are two types of submissions:
Talk - a 50min talk on a topic of choice to be presented at the conference
Masterclass Workshop - a full day practical workshop, a deep dive into one of the technologies in a format of your choice.
Your submission should broadly sit under one of the following five categories. Some of these categories overlap – just choose one that, in your opinion, is better suited to your talk.
Cloud, Containers & Infrastructure
Anything Cloud. From specific technologies, e.g. why bother with Kubernetes, how can one abstract one’s stack from a specific cloud provider, to real-world large- and small-scale cloud solutions. How did you solve your monitoring problems? What happens in local dev environment when working with distributed systems? We want to hear it all.
Real World Architecture
So you have a large-scale problem. How did you solve it, architecturally? What process did you follow? What worked, what didn’t and why? Did you go distributed or monolithic? Share your experiences, your decisions, your successes and your mistakes.
Data & Machine Learning
What to do when one need to store, process, analyse and send out lots and lots (we really mean LOTS) of data? What tech did you use? What problems have you encountered? Used any other cool stuff like machine learning? Tell us everything big data and machine learning!
If you’re a dev, you’ve probably done a significant amount of web development in your career. Tell us about the new and improved UI tech you have used, and what drove you to adopt them. What monitoring and analytics tools have you implemented and how have they helped you? Tell us about the new and creative ways you’re reusing your components. In any case, lets talk about what’s cool in the world of web dev and why this cool stuff is useful.
Go nuts here! Talk about reactive programming, a beloved programming language, a favourite framework etc. etc. Don’t forget to mention where you think the tech in question shines and where you think it is not the best choice.
We would like to have a diverse lineup of speakers speaking on a wide range of topics. So don’t hesitate and submit away!