Do you like to current technology trends?
Do you have an idea worth sharing that will spur conversation, address current trends and deliver practical and readily adaptable takeaways?
Are you a dynamic and knowledgeable speaker who will knock the socks off your audience?
If you answered “Yes” to either of these questions, we want to hear from you!
DC Web Women (DCWW) is seeking proposals for the 2017 Code(Her)Conference. We want ideas that will stand out among the crowd and empower our conference audience. Our goal is to provide the best learning experience for the tech professionals and community – and that’s where you come in. Send us your proposals.
This two-day conference is designed to feature sessions that are 50 percent lectures, 50 percent hands-on learning opportunities. All submissions must be for this workshop-format presentation only. All sessions must be designed to teach or introduce to participants practical skills, techniques, or ideas that can be applied at work or in participants’ daily lives. Non-interactive presentations, panels and lightening talks will not be accepted.
This year’s conference topics/tracks:
The proposal process is easy:
- Submit your ideas using our online form
- DCWW will begin reviewing submissions March 31, 2017
- You will be notified as to your proposal’s status by April 19, 2017
Answer the call today and share your passion for ideas and practices that will reshape how tech professionals and community can compete, innovate and win!