ConFoo.ca 2010: Call for Proposals

PHP-Québec, Montréal-Python, Ruby Montréal, W3Qc, and OWASP Montréal are organizing the first edition of the ConFoo.ca conference, which will be held in Montréal, Canada, on March 10th through 12th at the Hilton Bonaventure Hotel. With over 500 attendees expected, ConFoo.ca will be one of the largest web development conferences in North America.

ConFoo.ca is looking for great speakers willing to share their experience and skills with programmers, managers, marketers and decision makers. The conference will be divided into two parts:

  • A technical part, encompassing different aspects of web development: PHP, Python, Ruby, security, project management, CMSs and frameworks, databases, systems administration, web standards, accessibility and agile methods.
  • A decision-making part: referencing (SEO), web marketing analysis, and social networking.

Presentations can be in English or in French, and should be roughly one hour long. Presentations may be recorded for later broadcast in digital format. All relevant details concerning the conference are available here:

ConFoo.ca Call for Speakers

Even though Python can be used for a wide range of programming tasks, the Python track at ConFoo.ca will focus on web development with Python. If you use Python to do web development, be it to generate pages, to do analytics, or to manage elastic scaling, don't hesitate to submit a talk proposal for the Python track at ConFoo.ca.

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