The 2022 Call for Speakers runs until 13th February 2022
So you'd like to present at C++ on Sea? Great! We look forward to and welcome submissions from everyone, including those who might otherwise feel excluded.
This year the conference will run, in person from 5th - 7th July 2022, with a pre-conference workshops day on the 4th. The plan is for all speakers to be onsite. Some sessions may be streamed live - most will be rebroadcast after a delay. We don't have sufficient infrastructure to support remote speakers in general, but may be able to accomodate some on a case by case basis.
Of course, plans may have to changed, depending on the circumstances closer to the time. There is a field on the submissions form to capture your preference in this case.
The main conference will feature mostly 60 minute presentations, with a few 90 minute slots available, too. This year we will also include half-day workshops in the main programme. And we will also be running lightning talks on the Tuesday evening, which we'll collect proposals for closer to the event.
The workshop day is ticketed separately, so full day workshop instructors will get a generous share of the revenue. Half-day workshops are part of the main programme (think of them as 60+90 minute slots, back-to-back) and are a great way for new instructors to test the waters, or if you just want to go deep on a topic.
The main subject should be C++ related - although we may consider a small number of other topics that may be of interest to typical C++ developers.
But beyond that we're looking for a diverse range of material - including content aimed more at beginners to C++. Of course intermediate and advanced topics are also encouraged.
We want to put on the best conference possible. We believe that this means hearing from voices from different backgrounds and experience levels. As part of this committment, the main round of submission reviews is anonymised (so please try to avoid including personally identifiable words or phrases in your title, abstract and outline).
We'd also like to make especially clear that people from all backgrounds - minorities or otherwise - are not only welcome, but we will do whatever we can to actively support you. If you have any questions or concerns about this, always feel free to contact us.
The Call For Speakers will remain open until 13th February 2022. After that time a panel of reviewers will short-list the content (both talks and workshops) that will make up the programme. We aim to notify speakers by the first week of March.
All (60+ minute) speakers will be eligible for travel and accomodation support. Full details are available here, but in general most people will be fully covered. Conference entry will also be included, of course. (Note that, because full-day workshops are ticketed seperately, and profit is shared with the instructors, these are not included in the free entry package)
Full-day workshop presenters will also receive a generous percentage of ticket sales as detailed here.
Please use our Speaker Portal to submit and manage your proposals: