DroidYangon 2019 is currently accepting speaker applications. Submission is open to anyone, and we encourage first-time speakers to submit a proposal. Please choose a topic from the list below and fill out the form with your talk’s details.
- AI, Deep Learning, Machine Learning and Assistant Technology
- Automated Testing
- Best Practices and Lessons Learned
- Company culture
- Continuous integration and Delivery
- Cross-platform Development
- Internet of Things and Home Automation
- Performance and Monitoring
- Tools, Libraries and Frameworks
- UX and UI design
- VR and AR
- What's new in Android?
Why speak at DroidYangon?
- Speakers receive a free ticket to DroidYangon! (Travel costs are not covered)
- Professionally produced video of your talk published to our YouTube channel. (You may opt out of this.)
- Professional photographer on hand to photograph your talk. (Also optional.)
- Expose the Android community to new tools, practices, or ideas.
- Expand your technical, professional, and personal networks.
- Share your discoveries with a large audience.
- Give back to the Android community!
Proposing to DroidYangon
We’ll choose a selection of talks and codelabs that we feel add up to the most enjoyable and engaging program for our attendees. Volunteers from the Android community are invited to help us pick talks, and we rely heavily on them to help us select ones that are interesting and beneficial to our attendees. Community volunteers and conference organizers will review submissions and collectively decide which ones to accept.
Length: 40-45 minutes
We are looking for original and interesting talks that can benefit the diverse interests of our audience. Don’t feel boxed into Android-centric themes; we also love talks about development processes, cross-platform development, user experience, and more.
Length: 45-90 minutes
We’re open to all kinds of ideas, especially ones we haven’t thought of! Technical codelabs tend to be more popular, but we welcome all topics. Codelabs can be targeted at any experience level — just be sure to indicate clearly what you expect your students to already know or have experience with.
Not up for a full-on talk or codelab? Looking to give your first talk at a conference? Lightning talks are talks under 10 minutes with or without slides on almost any topic you want! Even if you’re nervous or shy, remember: it’s a maximum of 10 minutes. Sign-ups will happen at the conference.