CloudDevelop Call for Speakers

I’m one of the founders/organizers for a cloud computing conference called CloudDevelop. This year (on October 17th) will mark the third year for CloudDevelop. The goal for CloudDevelop is to bring together the best cloud computing minds in the Midwest to share experiences and learn from each other.

CloudDevelop is not about Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Heroku, Salesforce, AppHarbor, VMWare or any other cloud platform/provider.  It is about all of them!  CloudDevelop is about bringing together experts from all the cloud platforms.  Innovation in the cloud happens at a rapid pace.  There’s so much to share and learn from each other!

If sharing your experiences with others is something that excites you, then I would encourage you to submit a session (or a few) to be a speaker at CloudDevelop.  We’re looking for topics in the following areas:

  • Architecture
  • Business
  • DevOps
  • General Development
  • Infrastructure
  • Legal
  • Strategy
  • Testing
  • Have another idea . . . that’s cool too

The call for speakers closes on Friday, June 27th.  To submit, go to www.CloudDevelop.org and click on the “Submit Your Talks” button (or go to the submission form directly).

Oh, and be sure to follow CloudDevelop on Twitter, Facebook, or subscribe to the CloudDevelop newsletter to keep current on the latest CloudDevelop news.

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One comment on “CloudDevelop Call for Speakers
  1. Sean McNeill says:

    Michael,
    Interested in submitting a proposal for a session or 2, couple questions:
    1. what is the attendee size and makeup? (for the past two conferences if you have it)
    2. Any way to get an extension on the deadline for submittal?

    You can check me out at http://office365evangelist.com, I am a Microsoft Office 365 MVP and an active advocate for Microsoft Cloud Services.

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