Call for Papers Closed July 15
The call still appears below, but is now closed. Thanks to everyone who submitted a proposal.
DjangoCon welcomes speakers of all abilities. We're looking for talks and tutorials on a wide range of subjects, including but not limited to:
- Django in the Enterprise
- Integration with Other Frameworks
- Case Studies
- Django Code Features
- Performance Monitoring and Optimization
- Testing and Integration
- Learning Experiences
Who Should Submit?
We invite proposals from all, no matter what your skill level or involvement with Django; we particularly encourage first-time presenters and members of less well-represented groups to submit proposals. If you have a story to tell about Django, we'd love to hear it!
What Are You Looking For?
Our program consists of talks (25 minutes), longer talks (45 minutes) and tutorials (3 hours). We also will have poster sessions; these are short sessions specifically designed for introducing new technologies in brief. And, of course, lightning talks for flash presentations of interesting tidbits (lightning talks do not use this proposals system).
I've Never Spoken at a Conference Before
No specific skill level or speaking background is required; we are always happy to consider proposals from first-time speakers.
How Do I Start?
Just click the "Sign Up" button above, enter your details and confirm your identity using a link in the email you will receive. Once your account is created you can log in, go to your dashboard (which you will find in the menu associated with your email address at top right), create a speaker profile and start making submissions!
The more broadly submissions are reviewed the better the conference coverage will be. Please help out by joining the djangocon-organizers Google Group, where these matters are coordinated.