It’s that time of year! No, I don’t mean the seasons changing. It’s RedisConf CfP time!
This is your opportunity to talk about Redis in front of a gathering of fellow geeks. RedisConf ‘19 will be held April 2-3 at San Francisco’s Pier 27. That might seem like a long time from now, but we’re already busy putting together a schedule of sessions to ensure that April will be great.
In the past, we’ve run into people who wanted to talk at RedisConf but were worried that they didn’t know everything about Redis, or that their work wasn’t impressive enough to submit. This is proof positive of how impostor syndrome runs rampant in the tech community. If Redis has solved a problem for you, made your work easier or brought you joy in some other way, we want to hear about it! Don’t worry if it’s not some massive, earth-shattering revelation. And well, if it is earth-shattering, that’s good, too.
The process for submitting a presentation is quite simple; I’ve outlined the steps below:
There are a few extra pages that are optional, if you want to take additional steps like submitting a co-speaker, but once you get done with step 4, you’re submitted. It should take you about 15 minutes.
After you submit your presentation, our committee will take a look at it and provide feedback if necessary. It’s a very simple process that looks great on a resume/CV or when you’re trying to impress a date: “You know, I presented at RedisConf” is a great conversation starter.