We are pleased to announce our invitation for speakers for Drupal Dev Days Ghent 2020 on April 6th to 10th, 2020. When you are looking for exposure for your company or to become a field expert in a certain area, this is your opportunity to share your knowledge with our broad audience coming from the Drupal, Symfony & PHP community!
Please take some time to read the guidelines below, prior to submitting your proposal.
Who can submit? We invite novices, experts and everyone in between. We will be selecting proposals based on a variety of criteria, not only experience. The conference is targeted at Drupal, Symfony & PHP enthusiasts with varying skill sets, from beginners to more advanced users, so whether you want to cover the basics in your talk or dig out the ontological roots, we want to hear from you!
Is there a deadline for submissions? Session proposals will be accepted until January 30th, 2020.
What types of sessions are we looking for? Although our main focus is developers, we will consider presentations for all kinds of target audiences and are looking for sessions related to Drupal, website design, website development, project management, interesting projects and most anything else as long as there's a link with Drupal. We will very much welcome your deep-dive session about an advanced topic, but we are also very much looking for more high-level, introductory sessions regarding various Drupal topics, to help lower the Drupal learning curve.
How long is a session? Sessions will be approximately 45 minutes including Q&A. There will be limited slots for short sessions of 20 minutes including Q&A. In case you want your session to be longer, please contact us.
When will proposals be accepted? We will be reviewing proposals as they come in. Some may be accepted before the deadline and others after. If accepted, it will be added to the official Drupal Dev Days schedule. The final schedule will be announced soon after the deadline on the Drupal Dev Days website.
Tips for submission:
- Provide as much detail as possible. Make it easy for the selection team to understand who you are and what you would like to do.
- If your presentation has been given in the past, let us know where and when.
- If you are a newbie, be proud and let us know.