This year call for papers is now closed.
The committee will now evaluate all submissions and will update this page soon with the agenda details.
At Camunda events, we do our best to highlight a variety of process automation stories from open source contributors to enterprise customers, partners, and process automation industry experts. But selecting the best possible talks for these events takes a lot of effort! In order to help this process, we bring together a diverse “Agenda Committee” for each event, with representatives from Marketing, Sales, Developer Relations, and Product. Each of the committee members brings their unique perspective about our community’s needs and desires, and together we work to create the best possible agenda.
Amy Johnston is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Camunda, where she focuses on marketing activities for Camunda Platform.
Niall is a Developer Advocate for Camunda’s Open Source platform. This means he spends his time helping developers learn how to use Camunda to orchestrate their backend and front-end services through workflow automation. He does this by speaking at conferences and user groups, building examples and reviewing architectures.
Annie Talvasto is an international technology speaker, CNCF Ambassador, Azure MVP and specialist in Kubernetes & cloud native ecosystem. Annie hosts & produces the Cloud Gossip podcast and has been a co-organizer of Kubernetes & CNCF Finland meetup since 2017. She has worked at various tech companies from cloud start-ups to enterprises, now working at Camunda as a Sr. Product Marketing Manager.
Imran is a technical problem solver with a background in sales. He helps customers understand software at its core and enables them to achieve their goals utilizing technology.
CamundaCon CFP is open until July 22, 2022.
Topics relevant to process orchestration with Camunda such as success stories, implementation or migration journeys, product use cases, industry use cases, how-to’s, technical tips, & best practices.
If you need help with writing your abstract send us an email to [email protected]. Our DevRel team can guide you through the process.
Obvius advertising and sales pitches don’t stand a chance in our Call for Presentations.
You are responsible for your session. But should there be any urgent issues, the agenda commitee and the CamundaCon moderators are happy to offer advice.
The CCon2022 agenda committee curates the content from the community’s proposals submitted via Call For Presentations (CFP), but also specifically invites speakers and advises partners.
No. The Call for Presentations ends on July 22, 2022.
Each track session is 45 minutes long. We recommend that you use 30 minutes for your presentation and 15 minutes for Q&A.
Yes, you can submit your presentation with more than one speaker.
Submit your presentation now to speak at this year’s event.