Do you work in software development? Why don’t you try your hand as a speaker?

Do you work in software development or do you have a friend or co-worker who ’s amazing at his or her job in software development? If so, you should try the I T.A.K.E. Unconference. It’s an international event which mixes more traditional sessions, like talks and mini-workshops, with sessions where you take full advantage of the massive brainpower of your peers. The organizers are looking for speakers and, if you are a knowledgeable person, you should try joining as a speaker. Here’s how:

The I T.A.K.E Unconference 2016

The I T.A.K.E Unconference is a technology-oriented event for people involved in software development. It is not only for software developers but also for people who are playing roles in fields like software architecture, testing, security, business analysis, big data and so on.

The fourth edition of this event will take place in Bucharest, Romania, on 19-20 May 2016. The event is open to software specialists all over the world and it features an international audience, as well as many international speakers.

I T.A.K.E. Unconference includes hands-on sessions, presentations and free discussions about the latest technologies and trends. If you would like to learn more about the event, as well as about previous editions, you should read this page.

Confirmed speakers

Speaking of speakers, so far two big names have been confirmed: James Shore and Rachel Davies. They are both international experts who authored or co-authored books on Agile software development.

Join the speaker list

If you are an experienced professional involved in software development, in any of the roles w e have mentioned earlier, don’t hesitate to join the speaker list. The call for speakers is opened until December 22nd.

If you are not an expert yourself but you have a friend or colleague who would do a great job as a speaker in this event, don’t hesitate to forward him or her this announcement.