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Speaker

Here you will find all information for speakers and those who want to become one. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to contribute to the conference – whether on site or remotely via the Internet. 

Please use the comment box on the CFP form to let us know whether you would like to present on-site or remotely

Your Benefits as a Speaker

Participation

You decide whether you want to be there on site or have your presentation broadcast remotely. Of course you can attend the whole event and visit other lectures. 

Best Community

Give a presentation in front of the best community ever and let the prevailing enthusiasm rub off on you.

Network

Benefit from the various networking opportunities of the conference, exchange views with other attendees and make new contacts.

What we are looking for...

Your Submission

For now, we do not need more than a short abstract with 500 to 1800 characters. Find an interesting topic and care for your phrasing. First impressions count.

Format of the Lecture

We are looking for lectures with a duration of 40 minutes. Whether project reports, tips and tricks, new features or best practices – the more practical, the better.

Key Topics

You should include the following topics: Core Java & JVM Technologies, JVM Languages, Methodology & Culture, Architecture, Security, Quality & Testing, Enterprise, Microservices, Container, Cloud & Infrastructure, Tools, Data & Streaming, Innovations, Frontend, Mobile & UX.

These topics will each be presented in their own streams. 

What Happens After Your Submission?

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You can submit your lecture until September 30, 2020 using the CFP form

You will be notified whether your submission has been accepted or rejected in November 2020. Please have some patience.

The lecture program will be published online at the beginning of December.

We kindly ask all speakers to upload a PDF-file (maximum size 10 MB) of their Powerpoint presentations until March 16, 2021 at the latest.

After login at the Javaland website click the button "Manage Lectures". You will see a list of all your presentations. Hit the button "Files" on the right and upload the file from your PC. Lastly, hit "Save" and you are done!

Entry Badges

Speakers receive free entry to JavaLand conference, excluding the training day. You can pick up your badge at the registration desk. In some cases, it may be sent out to you by letter prior to the conference. Please remember to bring it along with you. Please use the attendee registration to purchase your ticket. 

Tip: To avoid the rush hour queue on Tuesday morning, use our pre-evening check-in on Monday. The registration desk will be open until 8 pm on Monday evening.