Call for Proposals

DevRelCon is back and coming to New York July 18-19, 2024! DevRelCon is the premiere global conference for Developer Relations, Developer Experience, and Technical Community Management. 

DevRelCon would not be possible without our incredible community of speakers! We want to give the stage to speakers and workshop leaders who have practical takeaways to share with their fellow DevRel professionals.  This year in New York, we’ll have three types of session:

  • Standard talk (25 minutes)
  • Lightning talk (7 minutes)
  • Workshop (50 minutes)

We’re open to any and all proposals relating to developer relations, community, developer marketing, and developer experience. However, here are some topic ideas for inspiration:

  • Managing your DevRel career
  • The role of AI tools in all aspects of DevRel
  • Healthy, safe, diverse, and inclusive communities
  • Adapting DevRel to the changing market and company needs

You can submit as many proposals as you like, but each person can host a maximum of one session, if selected. Take a look at past DevRelCon sessions for ideas. Our CFP deadline has been extended to April 1st at 12 AM ET. You will hear back from our selection committee by the end of April.

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Basic Questions

In this section, we’ll get some basic information about you that we need for administrative purposes.
Name
Please provide your work email, if applicable.
Please provide both a region/state and country. Examples: NY, USA | Ontario, Canada | London, England

Demographics Questions

We’re going to ask some demographics questions. The answers you provide here are used for anonymized statistics on our community of speakers.
What is your gender
Which of the following best describes you?
Do you consider yourself to be any of the following?

Talk Proposal

In this section, we’ll gather information about your proposed talk!
What would your talk best fit into?
Take your best guess, we can also change it up later on!
What roles/audience will your talk serve?