AnDevCon Boston 2016 : Call for Speakers: AnDevCon Boston 2016
Call For Papers
Are you an expert in building or managing apps for Android devices, including phones, wearables and embedded systems? Do you have solid teaching experience?
AnDevCon: The Android Developer Conference is seeking proposals from speakers for half-day (3 hours and 15 minutes) tutorials, full-day (6 hours and 30 minutes) tutorials as well as 60-minute, and two-part (120 minutes) technical classes for its Boston show, August 2-4, 2016.
In your session proposal, please tell us:
The proposed title of your session. We reserve the right to change it to our style.
A session description of 150 - 300 words. We reserve the right to change it to our style.
If your session is a lecture format, or if it's hands on with attendees following along on their laptops.
Tell us if your session is Overview, Intermediate or Advanced. If you are unsure, please see our guide for session levels.
Explain what prerequisite skills or knowledge should be expected. Be specific!
The speaker submission should be submitted by the speaker himself/herself. Please also include the following information in the speaker proposal. Incomplete submissions may not be accepted.
Your bio, 125–150 words, with a summary of your teaching expertise. We reserve the right to change it to our style.
Your name, mailing and e-mail addresses, telephone and cell phone numbers.
Your hi-res digital headshot, see http://www.bzmedia.com/photo.htm.
Twitter and blog addresses (if you have them).
The ideal instructor is someone with real-world experience building Android development solutions.You should have proven experience teaching practical solutions to real-world challenges, presenting new skills, and offering students an information-packed learning experience. If that describes you, please submit a session proposal electronically as a text e-mail or as a Word document to Katie Serignese-Flash, Director of Conference Programs.
Tutorials and technical classes at AnDevCon are taught at three levels: Overview, Intermediate and Advanced.
Overview: No previous knowledge of the session's subject is required and will be a high-level introduction of the topic.
Intermediate: These broad technology sessions emphasize capabilities and how things work. As appropriate, the instructor will show examples or code.
Advanced: These sessions teach attendees how to implement a solution. As appropriate, the instructor will include detailed samples or code.
Monday, February 8, 2016:
Deadline for abstract submission - including all information described above.
Monday, February 22, 2016:
Speaker notification of acceptance.
Director of Conference Programs