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I'm Attending!May 02, 2020May 03, 2020PyCon TurkeyUTC[PyCon Turkey](https://tr.pycon.org/) is an international Python conference where we aim to bring Pythonistas of all levels around the world together for exciting talks for two days. We are proud to host more than 350 attendees and speakers from all around the world.
Our conference is at [Bogazici University](http://www.boun.edu.tr/en_US) in beautiful Istanbul, Turkey and runs from **May 2nd - 3rd**.
**The deadline for submissions is:** January 19th, 2020 23:59 [UTC](https://time.is/compare/2359_19_Jan_2020_in_UTC). <br>
**We’ll let you know if your talk is accepted by:** February 15th, 2020
Please submit your proposals today, and encourage people you know to submit - especially those that wouldn’t normally do so and/or those that might normally be underrepresented at a tech conference!Istanbul, Turkey
I'm Attending!May 11, 2020May 11, 2020SATURN 2020UTCCelebrating its 16th year, [SATURN 2020](https://resources.sei.cmu.edu/news-events/events/saturn/index.cfm) is the leading conference for software architects who look beyond the details of today’s technologies to the underlying trends, techniques, and principles that underpin lasting success in a fast-moving field. SATURN attracts attendees from across many domains and technical communities who come together to share their interest in both proven and emerging software architecture best practices. This unique mix makes it the best place to learn, exchange ideas, and find collaborators at the leading edge of modern software architecture.
We are now accepting technical program submissions for SATURN 2020 on May 11-14 in Orlando, Florida at the [Rosen Plaza Hotel](https://www.rosenplaza.com/). Please submit proposals via the PaperCall online system to present experience reports, technical talks, tutorials, or TED-style sessions. The timeline for conference submissions includes the following key dates:
<li><b>January 10, 2020</b>: submission system closes; last day to submit presentations</li>
<li><b>January 31, 2020</b>: SATURN notifies speakers of accepted submissions</li>
<li><b>February 7, 2020</b>: last day for accepted speakers to confirm attendance</li>
<li><b>May 11-14, 2020</b>: SATURN Conference datesOrlando, Florida, USA
I'm Attending!May 15, 2020May 15, 2020200OKUTC200OK is the premier developer conference in Tulsa, OK. This conference focuses on web development and related technologies.
200OK is organized and backed by the Techlahoma Foundation – a registered 501(c)3 non-profit community foundation.Tulsa, OK
I'm Attending!May 18, 2020May 18, 2020Scala Days 2020UTC# 11th edition of Scala Days will take place at:
Seattle, US-WA, May 18-22
Berlin, EU-Germany, July 1-3
For 10 years, Scala Days brings together developers, researchers, and companies to share their experiences and new ideas around creating applications with Scala and related technologies, like Spark, Kafka, and Akka. Scala Days provides a unique opportunity for Scala users to interact with the contributors to the language and related technologies and connect with fellow developers.
The organizers invite experts in the field of Scala and its applications in business, academia, and the broader community to submit presentations by *January 17, 2020*.
The conference aims to provide up-to-date and practical knowledge on Scala for software developers, software architects, team leads, and researchers.
Scala Days seeks to provide topics relevant to developers using Scala in various businesses. You'll find some examples below. While planning a talk, you should consider which aspects of your topic are most relevant to your audience. Please take into account that the knowledge of your audience varies. To help you prepare and hold a successful presentation, we have compiled some [online resources](https://scaladays.org/support-for-speakers) for presenters. You can also check out our [YouTube Channel](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOHg8YCiyMVRRxb3mJT_0Mg) for previous talks.
Seattle & Berlin
I'm Attending!May 26, 2020May 28, 2020RigaDevDays 2020, May 26th - 28th Riga, LatviaUTCScheduled 26-28 May, 2020
May 26th - Workshops day (Tuesday)
May 27th - Conference day 1 (Wednesday)
May 28th - Conference day 2 (Thursday)
RigaDevDays - is a tech conference and the annual meeting point for developers in Baltic States.
We bring together rockstar speakers from around the world and developers from Europe for 3 days of workshops, talks and networking.
What to expect?
Two full conference days with 4 parallel tracks with Java, DevOps, Cloud, SQL Databases, .NET topics.
One pre-conference workshop day with full-day trainings from top-experts. Sessions are held in small groups.
All of speakers have previous public speaking background, published a book, or actively contribute in development of open source community. At least 50% or our speakers are invited directly. In 2018 and 2019 we have received over 400 public submissions. Program Committee - are developers with over 15 years of experience, who thoroughly manage speaker selection process.
Only hands-on presentations
Riga Dev Days is well known for practical sessions and updates about the most recent changes in technology areas. You will benefit from the content, and will have a direction for improving your technical career and current project.
The event is taking place in the brand new venue, just opened few months before.
The venue will be packed with sponsors of different kinds. We will help them arranging fun and interactive activities for the visitors.
Networking and party
Talk to speakers, meet your former colleagues, find new co-minders! There will be a spectacular networking event during the conference.Riga, Latvia
I'm Attending!June 02, 2020June 03, 2020Salt Lake City DevOps Days 2020 - Salt Lake City UtahUTC<h1><b>Salt Lake City DevOps Days June 2020</b></h1>
<h2>Northern Utah is proud to host the fifth annual Salt Lake City DevOps Days. This event has led the conversation in the state as far as DevOps organizational practices and tooling. In 2020 the theme will be Back to BASIC . We will have a focus on the things that got to where we are today.</h2>
<blockquote>With all of the shiny tools, titles and buzz words, it is easy to forget that automation and the principles around a DevOps Agile transformation is pretty basic and hasn’t changed over-um-the last 40 years. For year five of DevOps Days surveyed the landscape and found that, even though there are plenty of shiny keys out there, we would like to revisit the Basic. So what are the basics of a CI/CD pipeline, monitoring, database, testing, TDD, user story writing, prioritization? What are the basics of getting things from concept to customer in todays world?</blockquote>
<b>LOOKING FOR: TALKS (30 MIN) - - WORKSHOPS/LABS (2 HOURS) - SIMULATIONS (2 OR 4 HOURS)</b>
Salt Lake City Utah
I'm Attending!June 15, 2020June 19, 2020Hack In Paris 2020UTCAfter the success of the latest edition with more than 750 attendees, this 5-day corporate event will be held for the tenth time in France, at the Maison de la Chimie. Hack In Paris attendees will discover the realities of hacking, and its consequences for companies. The program includes state of the art IT security, industrial espionage, penetration testing, physical security, forensics, malware analysis techniques and countermeasures.
Hack In Paris will be held from June 15th to 19th 2020:
• Trainings: June 15th to 17th : three days of trainings given by security officers (CISOs, CIOs) and technical experts.
• Talks & Workshops: June 18th & 19th : two days of talks & workshops given by international speakers and technical experts.
Maison de la Chimie (75007 Paris - FRANCE)
I'm Attending!June 23, 2020June 24, 2020GopherCon 2020UTCSpeak at the Largest Go Conference in the World!
GopherCon is an annual conference which began in 2014 and is dedicated to the Go programming language. It is organized by Gopher Academy, a community-driven group of developers who wish to promote the use of Go, the formation of an inclusive and supportive Go community, and the education of Go developers.
Celebrating our 7th year, GopherCon 2020 will take place June 22 – 25, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. It is a four-day conference with one day of pre-conference workshops, two action-packed days of talks and tutorial sessions, and concluding with Community Day, featuring a large communal area for collaboration, Lightning Talks, as well as breakout rooms for special interests, workshops and hands-on demonstrations.
Gopher Academy is proud of its tradition of featuring speakers who have not presented at a previous conference. Therefore, when choosing the final speaker line-up, preference will be given to those who have not previously spoken at GopherCon.
We are soliciting presentation proposals December 4 - January 10, 2020.Orlando, Florida, USA
I'm Attending!June 23, 2020June 25, 2020IcingaConf 2020UTC# IcingaConf 2020
IcingaConf is a platform where monitoring enthusiasts come together to share and learn about their experiences and challenges.
Enjoy the spirit of sharing stories and keeping each other up to date on the most advanced and promising innovations. Discover the latest releases and rumors in the fields of observability, automation and monitoring cultureAmsterdam, Netherlands
I'm Attending!August 05, 2020August 06, 2020CAST 2020UTCThee Conference of the Association for Software Testing (CAST) 2020 is headed to Austin, TX, USA. The conference will be held August 3-6, 2020, at the Hilton Austin.
<i>What makes CAST unique?</i>
- For testers, by testers
- We strive to advance and improve the science of software testing
- We share, discuss, and question
- Network with peers, and experts
- Reasonably priced, high ROI
<i>Who should attend CAST?</i>
- Software Testers, Practitioners, and Managers
- Scholars and Researchers
The core mission of The Association for Software Testing (AST) and CAST is to help build an active community of software testing scholars, practitioners, and learners who can in turn positively influence and advance the practice of software testing.
CAST is more than a conference, it’s a unique opportunity to learn and discuss not found anywhere else. Each scheduled session is split into two parts. Half of the session is a presentation by a speaker, however the balance of the time is a facilitated “open season”. This open season allows attendees to question, discuss, and test the presentation.
What makes CAST truly unique is what takes place in the hallways, at receptions, during meals, and at Lightning talks. For many the true value of CAST is the ability to discuss topics you are interested in with peers, experts, and academics that are leading change in the industry. At CAST you are among friends…let’s confer!
<i>Mission and Style of CAST</i>
The conference is designed not only to allow but also to encourage a high-level of interaction among presenters and participants. Flexibility is built into the schedule to facilitate productive brainstorming and impromptu debates. The conference organizers are observant and responsive: when this interaction builds the interest and energy for a particular topic, the flow of events and allocation of time to topics will be fine-tuned. Trained, seasoned moderators will help ensure that discussion sessions are productive.
<i>CAST is free from thinly veiled sales pitches and offers up fresh content:</i>
CAST sessions are about experience, practice, and ideas — not just products. All sessions are related to the conference theme to enable in-depth exploration of each topic. Most of the presentations and tutorials at CAST are first-run content. We’ve assembled a cast of practitioners and thought-leaders with interesting stories and provoking ideas.
<i>CAST is accompanied with unique tutorials:</i>
AST lines up unique interactive full-day tutorials — each led by recognized thought leaders in their areas of expertise.
Our hope is that CAST helps you advance the understanding and practice of testing — at your organization and around the globe. You’ll have opportunities to share your ideas and learn from thought-leaders, trainers, authors, and peers. CAST is a participatory conference where everyone is encouraged to participate and enjoy.
<i>CAST puts CONFER back into Conference:</i>
What makes CAST unique is that we focus on the confer part of the word conference over anything else. Each scheduled session consists of a presentation followed by facilitated discussion about that presentation. Unless instructed otherwise, you may only ask clarifying questions while a speaker is presenting. Once a speaker is done, it becomes Open Season – at which point the floor is opened for discussion.Austin, TX
I'm Attending!October 22, 2020October 23, 2020Hacker Halted 2020UTCHacker Halted is EC-Council’s annual IT Security Conference and plays host to over 50 speakers delivering ground breaking presentations! Hacker Halted builds on the educational foundation of EC-Council's courses in ethical hacking, computer forensics, pen testing, and many others. Hacker Halted brings the industry’s leading researchers, practitioners, ethical hackers and other top IT Security professionals together to discuss current issues facing our industry.
Hacker Halted 2020 will be in Atlanta, GA October 22-23 at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel.
Hacker Halted will provide two (2) nights of accommodation at the conference hotel and reimburse flight costs up to $300 for travel within the US and $600 for international travel. These payments will be made within 14 days from the end of the event upon receipt of an invoice with a valid receipt. If you fail to show up to deliver your talk, no reimbursements will be made by EC-Council.Atlanta, GA
I'm Attending!January 31, 2020January 31, 2020AWS Community Day Nordics 2020UTCThe AWS Community Day is a free full day event for AWS users organized by the community. Once a year all AWS users come together to network, learn from each other and get inspired. At this event, there will be no vendor talks, no partner talks, no sponsored talks. All speakers are expert AWS users from the Nordics - including AWS User Group leaders and AWS Heroes - with real life experience in the AWS topics they are presenting.
This event is being held January 31st 2020 at the charming and classic location Nalen in Stockholm.
For updates and further information follow us on [@awsnordics](https://twitter.com/awsnordics) and on [https://awscommunitynordics.org/communityday/](https://awscommunitynordics.org/communityday/)Stockholm, Sweden
I'm Attending!January 31, 2020January 31, 2020Birmingham On Rails 2020UTCBirmingham on Rails is a forward thinking Ruby on Rails conference with the purpose of building a network of software professionals and educating them on the latest developments and uses of the Rails platform. Birmingham on Rails is based in Birmingham, AL and is focused on executing this mission in the Southeast.
The conference will be held at the McWane Science Center in downtown Birmingham on January 31st, 2020 with a social the night before. The social will feature short lighting talks, while the conference will have opening and closing keynotes with six 40 minute talks throughout the day.Birmingham, AL
We're looking for great speakers of all experience levels to speak at Byteconf GraphQL. What's unique about Byteconf is the location: it's completely streamed online. This means that you don't need to travel, be able to afford flights, or a hotel to speak at the conference -- we want to reach people _where they are_, regardless of socioeconomic situation.
So, about you as a speaker. Our audience is incredibly enthusiastic, and we want to work with speakers who are really excited to teach people. You don't need to have experience as a speaker, and if you don't have the right gear to record a talk, we'll send them to you! We want to support great speakers, but we also want to help people grow _into_ great speakers. If you have a topic that you think is interesting, or if you want to teach people about the way that _you_ look at code, consider submitting a talk idea (or multiple)!
Byteconf talks are 20 minutes. We ask that speakers prerecord their talks, and deliver both the talk and an introductory video (so we can put a face to the voice/code) and have them delivered to us about one or two weeks before the conference.
This year, we're really excited to announce our first ever lightning talks portion of the conference! This is a great opportunity to show off your GraphQL projects, teach a simple GraphQL concept, or whatever else you think would be interesting, in just five minutes. We're super excited about this aspect of the conference, and we encourage you to submit a talk if you want to get a chance to share what you know about GraphQL!
Our speaker alumni have one thing they always mention as a particularly cool part about Byteconf: the live chat. We encourage our speakers to hop into the Twitch chat and hang out with our audience as their talk airs. This is a great chance to answer questions, build connections, and grow your audience. It's a unique dynamic that we haven't seen at any other conference!
Questions before you submit? Shoot us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, and hope to see your submission soon!
I'm Attending!February 01, 2020February 01, 2020Distributed Systems Conf 2020UTCDistributed Systems Conf is India’s foremost conference on Distributed Systems. The third edition of the conference will be held in Pune on the 1st of February 2020. A single track event, the conference will also have a preceding workshop where the attendees get to experiment with some of the Distributed Systems.
Distributed Systems Conference started off as a meetup group that quickly caught on and became a community of technologists. You can check out the [meetup group](https://www.meetup.com/Distributed-Systems-Meetup/).
We've had two successful conferences that have brought people from all over the world to geek out on a bunch of topics ranging from Consensus Problems, Blockchain Systems and Distributed Systems from an organisational point of view.
We are now inviting proposals for talks for the DSConf 2020.
I'm Attending!February 03, 2020February 03, 2020GopherCon Israel 2020UTC[GopherCon Israel 2020](https://www.gophercon.org.il) is the second GopherCon to be held in Israel.
The conference will take place on February 3 at Expo Tel Aviv. 400 Gophers will attend the event. GopherCon brings the Go community together through its events throughout the world. The GopherCon brand is well known and respected for its high standards and diverse appeal.
This year we'll have two tracks: Main one and one for more advanced topics. This year will also feature lighting talks sessions.Tel Aviv, Israel