RealtimeConf Call for Speakers is now open

Three weeks ago we announced the return of RealtimeConf and we couldn’t be more excited. While the conference still remains a curated experience (and you can see what we’re talking about in the 2013 recap on Vimeo) we’re doing something different this year—opening a Call for Speakers.

We’re looking for presentations on all the things related to realtime technologies and surrounding topics (not necessarily technical). Remember that this is an event meant to inspire and challenge the people pushing the web forward. Multiple submissions are more than welcome, and encouraged.

Need Help?

We’re committed to facilitating both audience and speaker diversity. If you’re a first time speaker, worry not—we’re happy to walk you through the proposal process and talk preparations as well. Check the submission guidelines or simply reach out through email or Twitter to request assistance.

Additionally, we will be offering discounted tickets to all members of underrepresented groups who’s talks won’t be shortlisted.

The Deadline

We are accepting talk proposals until June 22.

Submit a talk

You can apply through the RealtimeConf website—we can’t wait to see what you come up with!

But what about the tickets?

We will be releasing first, very limited batch of Early Bird tickets at $1299 on June 2 at 10am PST (and if you're not located in Pacific time zone you can easily compare time here to make sure not to miss it!). This includes three nights of accommodations, six meals, and a wall-to-wall experience starting when you arrive into town.

Sign up to be notified on RealtimeConf website or follow @andyet and @realtimeconf on Twitter.

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