Call for speakers
Our official fintech_devcon 2024 call for speakers closes at 11:59 p.m. PST on March 1. Submissions received after March 1 will be added to a waitlist.
Who should speak at fintech_devcon?
Developers and engineers
If you design, deliver, maintain, and update fintech software, fintech_devcon is the place to share what you’ve learned. We’re looking for developers, engineers, software architects, or dev team leaders.
Product leaders and managers
We ask product managers, owners, and leaders to share best practices on how to execute a product roadmap, bring products and functionality to market, write documentation, optimize design, and conduct research.
“I’ve learned more about different areas of the fintech space in 72 hours than I’ve learned in a couple of years.”- Alex Gillette, Director of Buisness Development at Rize
Type of talks
As a builder, you’ve encountered numerous hurdles, snags, and problems while working on fintech products. These sessions explain a “roadblock” you’ve encountered and should teach other builders how to overcome it using shortcuts, workarounds, and other unique resolutions. Please share tangible solutions like guides, templates, and detailed steps that they can replicate in their work. No sales pitches or demos.
Unlike roadblock talks, workshops offer hands-on coding demonstrations where speakers teach attendees how to build and solve a particular problem. Sessions must be interactive with a clear goal from the start and speakers must provide the required tools and repos prior to the event. Attendees should walk away with a completed fintech project. If you’d like assistance shaping your workshop, email us. No sales pitches or demos.
No demos or sales pitches
We know you want to share your awesome product with audiences, but this stage is not the right place. Talks are strictly educational.
Know your audience
The audience wants to learn about building—not about your product or general industry insights. Here’s what you should share:
- Real problems you’ve run into as a builder and how you solved them
- Shortcuts, lessons learned, templates, or tools that will help attendees build faster and transform their work
- Actionable best practices, roadmaps, tech stacks, and automation techniques you’ve seen succeed
Here are some examples of topics:
It is simple to applySubmit a talk
Select a topic that educates fintech developers
Decide if it's a roadblock talk or workshop
Write a title, abstract, and learning objectives
Complete the simple form by March 1, 2024
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