Scala Days 2020 Call for Papers Now Open
The 11th edition of Scala Days, the leading Scala conference in the world, is coming in 2020.
47 Degrees is proud to be organizing Scala Days Seattle in partnership with Lightbend and the Scala Center. Scala Days Seattle takes place in Seattle, Washington (USA) May 18-22, including three training courses running May 17th-18th (separate ticket).
Scala Days Berlin takes place in Berlin, Germany (EU) July 1-3.
This conference brings together developers from all over the world to share their expertise and new ideas creating applications using Scala, and related technologies like Akka, Spark, Kafka, and Play Framework. And Scala Days is inviting presentation proposals from experts in the field.
If you’re an expert in the field who is interested in sharing up-to-date, practical knowledge in a presentation, please submit to the Scala Days 2020 CFP to be considered! The submission deadline is January 17, 2020.
Scala Days aims to cover different areas of Scala. Here are some suggested topics for submissions:
- Functional programming fundamentals
- Concurrency and parallelism
- Industrial adoption
- Open source
Libraries and applications
- Distributed systems
- Machine learning
- Big data
- Programming methodologies
- Security issues ## Tooling
- Compilers and virtual machines
- Testing frameworks
- Build tools
- Next generation tooling
You can watch videos from the most recent Scala Days conference here:
And be sure to check out the online resources Scala Days has compiled to assist those who might be inexperienced newcomers to the conference speaking world.
Again, the deadline for submissions is January 17, 2020. So be sure to submit your Scala Days 2020 CFP before then to be considered.
Submissions will be reviewed and selected by the Scala Days Program Committee comprised of members from the Scala Center and the community, including:
- Martin Odersky - Lightbend (Chair)
- Daniela Sfregola - Independent
- Sébastien Doeraene - Scala Center
- Rebecca Mark - 47 Degrees
- Adriaan Moors - lightbend
- Heather Miller - Carnegie Mellon University
- Konrad Malawski - ex: Akka team, Lightbend
- Holden Karau - Independent
- Darja Jovanovic - Scala Days Program Manager Scala Center