The Call for Speakers for All Things Open 2017 is now officially open. It will remain open through Tuesday, March 28 to allow anyone interested ample time to prepare and submit one or multiple talks for consideration.
The selection committee is seeking submissions from established technologists with many years of experience, technologists and community members that may be new to “open”, and talks from traditionally underrepresented groups and organizations. In short, we’re seeking a diverse lineup as we firmly believe it delivers the most value to attendees.
More than 20 tracks will be featured each day in 2017 as well as nearly 200 speakers and sessions and 10 keynotes.
What: 2017 All Things Open Call for Speakers
When: Tuesday, February 14 – Tuesday, March 28
Deadline: Tuesday, March 28
To submit a talk and for more information regarding tracks to be featured, visit the official Call for Speakers page.
All Things Open, in partnership with Opensource.com, is the largest open source/tech/web event on the East Coast of the United States. In 2016 more than 2,400 from 32 states and 19 countries attended. More than 3,000 from all over the world are expected in 2017. The conference prides itself on attendee diversity as well as accessibility, speaker quality, and educational content offered.