Kafka Summit is the fandabidoziest conference dedicated to Apache Kafka® and event streaming. The Call for Papers (CfP) closes in less than two weeks - and we would love to hear from Kafka users, architects, operators, and anyone with an interesting Kafka story to tell.
To get an idea of the kind of talks that Kafka Summit audiences enjoy check out the programmes from previous Summits. Whether it's tales from the trenches, abstract architectural anecdotes, or scintillating stories of streams, we want to hear from 👉️ YOU 👈️.
We're keen for involvement from everyone in the Kafka community - you don't need to be a seasoned speaker to submit. In fact, we would love to hear from more first-time speakers.
To support speakers both old and new we've got resources 📕 🎥 on writing a good abstract, and would be delighted to offer help reviewing it before you submit - we're holding an "office hours" next week. If your talk is accepted and you'd like help preparing and rehearsing your talk we'd be happy to help support that too.
Remember: the CfP closes in less than two weeks (2021-12-20 at 23:59 GMT) - so submit without delay! If you have any questions, please do feel free to contact me directly -
P.S. Here's a little-known fact about CfPs: at this stage you don't need to have written the talk itself - just the abstract. If your talk is accepted then you need to write it :)
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