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Call for proposals

Submit sessions proposals that capture our imaginations, inspire our work, and spark the conversations that move us forward.

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How it works
  1. You submit a session (or sessions!) you'd like to present at the 2016 DevNation by February 8, 2016.
  2. Subject matter experts review each submitted abstract and give a numerical vote (1-5).
  3. Selection committees review the highest-rated sessions and build the agenda.
  4. You receive and accept or decline notification for each session you submitted.

Review the submission guide for session type descriptions, abstract writing help, and more.

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Highlights from 2015

This year we build on the best parts of our community!

We're featuring DevNation 2015 sessions available for free at ; stay tuned to @DevNationConf for updates!

Selected highlights from DevNation 2015:

  • Red Hat's Craig Muzilla and Burr Sutter provided a keynote highlighting how the shift to a digital economy puts developers in a unique position where they can capitalize on new opportunities to create value.
  • Matt Hick's talk on the future of development with Docker and Kubrenetes
  • Venkat Subramanaian's opening keynote about the joys of functional programming.
  • Felix Ehm's talk about how CERN uses open source to smash atoms and learn more about the matter in our universe.
  • Hacknight drew a great crowd. Developers were provided Raspberry Pi kits and worked with integrating IoT and OpenShift.


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