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Talks at Velocity are opinionated, deep-dives into the technology, tools, processes, and the people needed to build modern, complex systems. We focus on real-world implementations, case studies, and lessons learned from both success and failure. We’re interested in new tools, techniques, ideas, and experiments that will help our community learn and develop.
People learn best through stories and we want to hear yours. Sessions should describe your personal experience solving real-world problems. We invite proposals from: systems engineers, architects, developers, systems administrators, security, operations, site reliability engineers, and the people managing these complex systems.
Themes we’re focusing on for the 2018 conference program include (select a topic below to learn more):
New to the speaking circuit? We want to hear from you! We’re actively seeking new voices and off-the-beaten-path topics. Any ideas, best practices, or challenges that you’ve encountered and conquered are fair game. If it’s important to you, chances are it’s important to others as well.
All presentations and supporting materials must be respectful, inclusive, and adhere to our Code of Conduct. We welcome and encourage talks from those with diverse backgrounds and unique points-of-view.
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