Thank you for your interest in speaking at MonkeySpace 2013. The conference will be held July 22-25th, at the Columbia College campus in Chicago, IL and we are expecting over 300 audience members.
If you're a: Monoista, .NET/Mono hacker, Web developer, .NET open-source project maintainer, Game developer, Embedded developer, Trainer, Mono system administrator or other interested, qualified person with insights and stories you'd like to share with the Mono and .NET open-source community, tell us about it!
All proposals should focus on helping the Mono and .NET open-source community by teaching from experience. We're specifically looking for a large number of advanced proposals, similar to our 2012 lineup. Proposed talks should be 60 minutes long and have a brief Q&A section. All talks will be recorded and made available freely online under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial license. Please be clear about the knowledge level of the audience you are targeting: novice, intermediate, or expert. Most importantly, be sure to show code and LOLCATS! Keep in mind that using the phrase "well actually" is extremely frowned upon.
In order to ensure that MonkeySpace is a welcoming and safe conference, all attendees and speakers are expected to accept and follow our Anti-Harassment Policy. Please make sure that your talk proposal and materials respect this. Our goal is to create an environment suitable for learning.
Some specific areas we'd like to see represented are:
You can submit as many proposals you would like. All proposals should be submitted through our form.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or tweet @MonkeySpaceConf. We will also be having a Google Hangout where you can chat with some of the organizers for feedback on your proposal; please watch our Twitter account for the date.
This call for proposals will be accepting submissions until April 15, 2013 by 23:59 EST.