The call for proposals for MongoDB World 2017 is now open until January 16, 2017. We welcome talks across a wide range of topics related to application development, infrastructure management, and architecture.
Talks from the community help educate and empower technical professionals around the world, and we build our agenda based on the interests of our community. A key consideration of the MongoDB World program committee is your presentation’s ability to educate the audience on technical topics relating to MongoDB. If you need ideas to get you started, see the track listings and topic suggestions on the Call for Papers resources page.
From the moment you start writing your proposal to the day you leave the conference, our team is with you every step of the way as you prepare for MongoDB World. We offer presentation and technical reviews along with speaker coaching in the months leading up to your MongoDB World presentation.
The Women and Trans Coders Lounge (WTC Lounge) is an inclusive area at MongoDB World where you can learn and socialize with other women and trans professionals in tech. During predetermined times, the lounge will also be open to other underrepresented groups and allies.
We’re accepting talk proposals on a variety of topics for the WTC Lounge. You can submit technical talks or “Make it Matter” talks, which are focused on creating inclusive spaces for underrepresented groups in technology.