CloudDevelop is bringing back together the best and brightest minds in cloud computing, and we would be honored to have you speak at the conference. The call for speakers is open until June 26. All abstracts must be submitted by midnight on June 26. As with conferences in the past, we want CloudDevelop 2015 to cover everything cloud related. We are looking for experts and practitioners who can share their passion and knowledge on developing apps, managing infrastructure and working with data, analytics and big data—all within the cloud.
Who presents at CloudDevelop?
We are looking for experts and practitioners in cloud computing who love sharing their knowledge with others. If you have something unique or valuable to share about the cloud, CloudDevelop is a great place to present your ideas.
Submitting an abstract
When you submit an abstract, you will be asked for a short biography, session description and difficulty level. You will also be asked where you have presented this topic before (if anywhere), and what area of cloud your talk discusses, along with a few other minor details. The presentation you give at CloudDevelop should be an hour long.
Is this your first time submitting?
We would love to hear your bright ideas! If you have an abstract ready or an idea you would like to present, please send us your ideas for CloudDevelop. You can submit your abstract at http://bit.ly/CloudDevelopSpeakers2015 until June 26th. You can view past CloudDevelop sessions to get ideas and a sense of the conference by exploring last year’s sessions here http://clouddevelop.org/archive/2014. See the section below on submitting an abstract.
CloudDevelop is a one-day conference on Friday, October 23, 2015. The conference will be held at the Ohio Union on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
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