Calling speakers for 2021

Hi everyone, 2021, our biggest conference of the year where the data community comes to connect, explore, and learn, is back on July 13-15 and we’re looking for speakers from the community to inspire attendees by introducing them to new technologies, ideas, and solutions.

We are accepting submissions for multiple formats from deep live tutorials to 15-minute lightning talks across both technical and non-technical tracks below:

  • How We Built It - Highlighting use cases, challenges, database migrations, and teams building amazing things with MongoDB.
  • Working with Data - Schema design, transactions, aggregations, and everything related to working with data.
  • Scaling - Strategies to scale your data, your performance, your clusters, and application best practices for scaling.
  • Mobile & IoT Development - App architecture, data sync, and robust design patterns for the unique challenges and limitations of Mobile and IoT platforms.
  • Web & Backend Development - Developing web apps, running backend services, using serverless resources, and connecting all of these to MongoDB.
  • Security & Compliance - Database security, encryption, compliance, and how to ensure your data is using the best practices in security.
  • Operations & Tools - MongoDB configuration, automation, analytics, tiered storage, operations strategies, and best practices for managing MongoDB deployments.
  • Make It Matter - Topics like diversity & inclusion, accessible apps, mental health, and other non-technical subjects that are of interest to a technical audience.

Whether you are a first-time or experienced speaker, we want to hear from you. We offer professional speaker coaching and workshops for all accepted speakers and we will be there to support you every step of the way.

Need some help with ideation and writing your abstract? Check out our free MongoDB University course, Crafting Conference Abstracts and this article on " How to Write a Compelling Event Submission ".

Call for Speakers for closes on February 11, 2021 - learn more and submit your talk here.

Comment below if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing submissions from our community!