Call for Speakers
StripeCon Europe 2022 will be held on the 15th & 16th of September in Stockholm, Sweden. So mark your calendars, and let us know how we can fit you in as a speaker!
Speakers are VIP, and will receive a free ticket to attend this years StripeCon EU.
BECOME A SPEAKER
Are you inspired to share with the community and give a talk? We're excited about all kinds of talks: from lightning talks (short talks from 10 -20 minutes) to full-length talks (up to 45-50 minutes). Examples of lightning talks from previous years can be found here, here and here. And topics can range from front-end to back-end topics, CMS use/development, or any type of case study (see more on topics below). Consider becoming a speaker! We’d love to hear from you! Community-members like -> you are what make #stripeconeu possible. Get in touch at [email protected] and check out previous talks on YouTube.
TOPICS OF TALKS
Topics can cover anything from front- to backend, and can be related directly to Silverstripe or about (web) development in general and of interest to Silverstripe developers.
Topics ranging from back-end web development to back-end CMS development and even diving into DevOps territory delight us! From back-end PHP development to deployment to DevOps and everything in between!
Have you gone serverless? Headless? Or is there a new “less” that we need to know about?
We’d love to hear about it in a talk! Back-end development talks from recent years can be seen here, here and here.
And of course: one of our favourite topics is the Silverstripe CMS and framework, in all the various ways that you use it! Are you the perfect candidate to (finally) show us what Campaigns can do? Or are you a power-CMS user and can you demonstrate some great features, new modules, onboard new users, or convince people to go the Silverstripe way? Examples of talks from previous years are here and here.
Case studies make us really happy too! Do you have a great way that you used Silverstripe recently and want to share it? Did you try something new in web development and have a foobar experience to share? See some case studies from previous years here, here and here.
And we love surprises: maybe there’s a topic that doesn’t quite fit into the above but you think we’d really enjoy learning about it through a talk. We enjoyed learning about browser API’s and Alexa skills in previous years!