Index – San Francisco will focus on the development of secure, smart and scalable software for today and tomorrow

Are you a developer who wants to share your knowledge and inspire others? We want to hear from you! We’re now accepting speaker submissions for Index – San Francisco, taking place February 20-22, 2018 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco.

Index will bring together the best leaders, builders, and innovators in development for three days of inspiring talks, hands-on learning sessions and networking opportunities. Sessions will cover the most innovative technology of our era – ranging from artificial intelligence and machine learning to cloud and containers. Every session will focus on technology and experience-proven strategies attendees can use to accelerate their skills and careers. Sample code is mandatory, and will be posted to GitHub.

We’re looking for speakers to lead sessions in the following tracks:

Submit your paper for Index by December 8, 2017.
  • Programming Languages and Platforms Beyond the 21st Century
      Hosted by Frank Greco, Founder and Lead of the New York Java SIG
  • The Frontiers of Intelligence: AI, ML, and Analytics
      Hosted by Satish Mandalika, CEO and Founder of and James Weaver, Developer Advocate at Pivotal
  • Next Gen Web, Mobile, and IoT
      Hosted by Phil Leggetter, Director of Developer Relations at Nexmo
  • The Practice of Cloud, Containers, and Microservices
      Hosted by Arun Gupta, Principal Open Source Technologist, AWS and Chris Richardsson, Founder of Evenutate, Inc.
  • Real-Life Production Deployments
      Hosted by Per Minborg, CTO and Co-Founder, Speedment
  • The Art of Methodologies
      Hosted by Clint Byrum, Senior Cloud Engineer, GoDaddy
  • The Rise of the Human Side of Technology
      Hosted by Colette Alexander, Engineering Manager, Spotify
  • Geek Shop and the Future of the Future
      Hosted by Kevin Hoyt, Developer Advocate, IBM

Sound interesting? Let us know what you want to talk aboutsubmit your paper for Index – San Francisco by December 8, 2017.

Additional information about the conference and registration is available at

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