Attention developers, data engineers, and software engineers! Are you looking for a chance to showcase your skills and knowledge to a wide audience? The Digital DNA Re[Boot] stage is calling for speakers to premiere for the first time at Digital DNA Belfast in June.
Are you passionate about technology and have something valuable to share? The Re[Boot] stage is an excellent opportunity for you to get your voice heard. This stage is designed specifically for the developer community in Northern Ireland, and we welcome applications from individuals who don’t usually get the opportunity to speak at tech conferences.
The Digital DNA Re[Boot] stage aims to provide a platform for developers, data engineers, and software engineers to share their knowledge, insights, and experiences with the tech community. We want to hear about your innovative ideas, problem-solving skills, and industry insights.
If you have a story to tell, an innovative approach to a challenge, or a unique solution to a problem, we want to hear from you. Talks should be 20-30 minutes in length and can cover a range of topics such as programming languages, software development methodologies, data engineering, machine learning, and more.
If you’re passionate about your work and have a desire to share your knowledge and experiences, we encourage you to apply. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain exposure, network with industry leaders, and showcase your skills to a diverse audience.
The Digital DNA Re[Boot] stage is committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity in the tech industry. We welcome speakers from all backgrounds, regardless of gender, race, or ethnicity.
So, what are you waiting for? Apply now to speak on the Digital DNA Re[Boot] stage, and let your voice be heard! Don’t miss this chance to showcase your skills and knowledge and make an impact in the tech community.
Please note, whilst we welcome talks from all parts of the tech community, we would request that Site Leaders, CTO’s, VP’s or directors kindly refrain from applying and instead consider promoting the opportunity to your teams. This opportunity is targeted at individuals who might not normally get invited to speak at conferences.