Bristech 2019 is a one day tech conference to be held on Thursday 7th November 2019 at the Watershed, Bristol. The format is ~20 speakers across three cinema rooms, with a central Expo-style area for sponsors and exhibitors.
We have sold out to a capacity crowd (~500 delegates) in three previous years and this year is likely to be no exception.
The conference website is https://2019.bris.tech.
The audience will primarily consist of polyglot developers and other technical professionals including company founders, domain specialists, tech enthusiasts and students.
The event is shaped by the topics of curated talks which are chosen via this CFP. We purposely avoid a single theme for the event and so speaker topics will range from across the tech spectrum, including programming languages, cloud, web, distributed systems, security, devops, tooling, frameworks, platforms and UI / UX. Increasingly we are also featuring “softer” talks along side the more nuts-and-bolts tech talks.
Talks will be chosen on merit. We are looking for authentic voices, ideally with a strong element of “personal witness” to a tech journey and insights/learnings along the way. Our audience are highly technical and not interested in product talks. Our ideal talk would be stimulating and informative and borne of personal passion for the subject that might also include a live demo to bring together the theory.
Obviously this advice is intended as a guide only. If you would like feedback on an idea (or would like to work-up an idea with our input) then please email your talk idea to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do not machine-gun this CFP by submitting multiple entries If you submit more than 2 talks, all of your talks will be nullified and taken out of the CFP.
Many thanks and we look forward to reading your submission. Please forgive us the fact that due to the sheer volume of submissions we are not necessarily able to give individual feedback to all speaker submissions.