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Apply to Speak at Women Who Code Dev Summit: BlockDataPy

Join technologists and industry experts from around the world for a one-day live virtual technology event, Women Who Code Dev Summit: BlockDataPy, happening on Thursday, July 27, 2023. Register now to join our global community of developers for live, hands-on learning to gain tools, resources, and connections to level up your career.

Women Who Code events are a space for diverse technologists to learn from and support each other. Share your expertise on mobile and web development and career insights with our community. Be a part of empowering women to excel in their tech careers with your talk. Submit your talk proposal for a live, virtual talk or workshop, on all things blockchain, data science and Python development. Diverse and first-time speakers are encouraged to apply. 

Deadline to Submit: Sunday, June 4 @ 11:59pm ET

🗓️  When?
Thursday, July 27, 2023, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm ET (Eastern Standard Time)

Schedule and speaker details coming soon

📍 Where?

Virtual, Hosted on Hopin -- Register now!

🏆 Successful Proposals Will: 

  • Focus on real-world trends in technology for experienced developers and leaders to help our members stay up-to-date with their tech insights and dev skills. 
  • Show how the proposal topic supports the professional development or career acceleration of the Women Who Code audience. 
  • Clearly explain what attendees will learn or be able to do after attending your session that they did not know or could not do before attending your talk, workshop or panel. 
  • Keep our audience in mind. Your talk title and description should be catchy and interesting, but keep in mind the WWCode audience. Our attendees are professional technologists working in advanced technical fields, management, and thought leadership. Be mindful of “empty” or “fluffy” titles and descriptions. Your talk title and submission should have good substance and appeal to our professional audience.

📝 Proposal Categories Accepted:
The Women Who Code CFP Review Committee will prioritize talks in the following technical/career categories related to Blockchain, Data Science, and Python. Talk proposals will be considered in the following categories: Accessibility, Artificial Intelligence, Backend, Blockchain/Web3, Career Navigation, Data Science, Emerging Technology, Machine Learning, Product, Python, Security, Testing, Web Development, Other

⚡️ Talk Formats: 

Lightning Talk (15 mins + Q&A), Technical Talk (35 mins + Q&A), Career Session (35 mins + Q&A), Workshop (50 mins + Q&A)

🗣 About You

  • Mid- to senior-level professionals in tech with 2+ years of industry experience
  • Engineering Leaders (CTOs, Engineering Managers, Product Managers)
  • Founders, Board Members, VCs, Executives

🌟 Why You Should Apply

  • Expand the reach of your content with the largest and most active community of technical women
  • Inspire other technologists like you
  • Elevate your brand
  • Practice your public speaking skills
  • Grow your global network

Ready to apply? Submit your talk proposal!

Deadline to Submit: Sunday, June 4 @ 11:59pm ET

💡 Need More Inspiration?

Check out our Call for Proposals (CFP) Resources for best practices and ideas.

🎬 View our playlists from previous WWCode dev conferences on YouTube to get a better sense of what talks we accept: