Call For Speakers – FAQ

Do you have a code of conduct?

Yes we do. Have a look here

Do you offer travel assistance?

For every accepted speaker we offer the following:

* Up to 3 nights accommodation at a 4-star hotel (4 nights for speakers outside Europe)
* Flights up to 350€ in Europe or 800€ from overseas
* Airport transfer service (to/from the hotel)
* Speakers Dinner
* Free conference pass for both days
* Walking guided city tour

What topics do you expect?

This year’s tracks are:

* Languages & Frameworks (Anything related to programming languages running on or out the JVM, tools, libraries and best practices)
* Software Crafts(wo)manship / Methodologies (Software development methodologies , best practices and related subjects)
* The Future / Internet of Things (Developing for embedded devices, the internet of things, arduino, raspberry pi, quadcopters, virtual reality, robotics and related)
* Modern Web/Mobile Development( Web & Mobile frameworks, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, libraries & tools to build web & mobile apps, understanding UX)
* Cloud & Data (Cloud computing, PaaS, SaaS, Big Data & NoSQL, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence)

We expect around 500 attendees, mostly developers across all experience levels, from Greece and the Balkans.

What other information should I include?

Please write down the experience level of your expected audience ( entry, intermediate, advanced )

It would be great also if you can provide links of previous talks, articles or anything else you think that will help us get a better idea about your skills and what makes you expert in this topic

Please make sure that your talk is relevant to the event tracks and please select (at least) one of the suggested tags. This will help us categorize and evaluate the talks better.

When will you announce the selected speakers

By end of January we will start the evaluation / selection process so you should expect some news by beginning of February