Sela Developer Practice - December 2019

Tel Aviv December 09, 2019, December 10, 2019, December 11, 2019, December 12, 2019
Tags: Devops, Micro-services, Javascript, Java, C#, Go, Python, Aws, Azure, Gcp, Ai/ml, Serverless, Cloud, React, Angular, Web, Debugging, Open source, Docker, Typescript, Server side, Iot, Design

CFP closed at  July 16, 2019 08:07 UTC

Sela Developer Practice

Sela Developer Practice is Israel’s leading conference for software developers, covering a variety of technology stacks: Full-stack web development, Big Data, Cloud, Kubernetes, Machine learning, .NET, mobile, and more. The 2019 second occurrence is going to be on December 09-11, 2019 in the Tel Aviv area in Israel.

Dates and Location

Main conference and Workshops: December 09-10, 2019

Post-conference workshops: December 11-12, 2019

About Sela Group

SELA Group is a training, consulting, and outsourcing company based in Israel with branches in Seattle, Pune (India), Toronto, Singapore, and Washington DC. With more than 500 global employees, SELA is a market leader in training and consulting services on the Microsoft stack, and is a Microsoft Gold Partner in Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management, Learning, and Mobility.

With more than 300 courses developed in-house and 55 senior trainers, the Technology College offers robust curricula and certifications for the IT industry. SELA Group has over 800 clients worldwide including startup, SMB’s and large enterprises.

Since 2009, we organised multiple developer conferences every year. In 2016, we hosted developer conferences with more than 3,000 attendees. See you there!

CFP Description

Talk Formats

There are multiple talk formats, including workshops that can be delivered in our computer-equipped classrooms with projection and control software.

Breakout sessions: a 45-55 minute talk.

Workshop: a full day of training from 09:00 to 16:00, typically accompanied by hands-on labs

Half-day workshop: a half-day of training from 09:00 to 12:00 or from 13:00 to 16:00, typically accompanied by hands-on labs

Be as detailed as you can in your submission. If there is any special prerequisite knowledge, classroom requirements, attendee limits, anything at all that will be important for making your talk a success – please include it on your submission.


You are welcome to submit talks on a variety of topics related to software development. The following list is not binding – feel free to submit ideas from other areas as well:

  • Software architecture, Micro-services, patterns & practices
  • Web development, ES6/7, TypeScript, frameworks and libraries: React, Angular, etc.
  • Languages - Python, Node.js, Golang, C#, Java, Scala
  • Big data frameworks, practices, patterns, case studies
  • Cloud-Native architecture and tools - Kubernetes, Istio, gRPC
  • Cloud computing, Azure, GCP, AWS, hybrid workloads, Cloud Migration, Infrastructure,
  • Internet of Things, Serverless
  • DevOps - Monitoring, Logging, Tracing, Git/GitOps - Tools, practices
  • Machine Learning, AI, Bots
  • Application performance, systems performance, diagnostics, debugging, analytics
  • .NET Core, Visual Studio, managed languages
  • Development methodologies, soft skills, testing and integration practices
  • Mobile application development, hybrid apps, cross-platform development with React-Native, Xamarin

Speaker Benefits

Local speakers are invited to attend all conference days and workshops. Speakers who require special accommodation are requested to contact us.

For international speakers, we will cover airfare, accommodation in a Tel-Aviv hotel, and travel to/from the airport. International speakers are requested to deliver a workshop; compensation for the workshop will be determined according to the number of attendees who sign up. Additional details on the compensation structure will be provided to selected speakers.

Speaker Notification

Speakers will be notified at least 2 months before the conference. The earlier you submit, the earlier we might be able to confirm your sessions, even before the CFP closes.

Speaker Obligations

Speakers will be required to perform a dry run of their sessions in person or online, several weeks prior to the conference. At that time, you will also be expected to have the final version of your slides and hands-on labs available. We print the slides for workshop attendees, which is why you will be requested to send them to us in advance. More details will be provided in the speaker contract that you’ll sign if your session is accepted.

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