Call for Speakers – until January 14, 2020 Submit lectures


Would you like to be a speaker at one of our conferences? Then submit your presentations in due time during the Call for Speakers for the respective conference. Whether it’s a 60-minute session, an intensive full-day workshop or a DevSession – prove to us that you are the right speaker for our conference with your abstract of 500 to 1800 characters.
Contribute your knowledge to the event and submit one or more presentations to our CfS platform Sessionize.

Further information and the advantages of being a speaker at Developer Week can be found in our general Speaker Notes.


Call for Speakers


Date: 29 June 2020
Duration: One day, 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Breaks: lunch break, coffee breaks
Number of participants: maximum 25
Contents: Intensive learning and practice of new technologies
Method: mixture of substance mediation and trying out the substance yourself

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Date: 30 June - 02 July 2020
Duration: Approx. one hour per lecture
Pause: None
Number of participants: Unlimited
Contents: Overview or very specific topic in depth
Method: Frontal teaching

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Date: 03 July 2020
Duration: Around four hours, 9.00 to 13.00 hours
Breaks: A coffee break
Number of participants: maximum 30
Contents: Intensive introduction to a topic
Method: frontal teaching with interaction with the participants

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Themeracks of the Developer Week


  • .NET (.NET Core 3, .NET Standard, .NET Framework, Visual Studio)
  • .NET UI (WPF, Windows Forms, UWP, Xamarin Forms)
  • Accessibility (Reader-compatible websites, contrast)
  • Agile Methods (Scrum, Kanban, eXtreme Programming)
  • AI / Machine Learning (Basics, Deep Learning, Cognitive Services, AutoML)
  • Angular (Components, CLI)
  • Big Data (Tensorflow, Flink)
  • Business Intelligence (Tools for analysis)
  • CI/CD (Jenkins, Azure DevOps)
  • Cloud development (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud)
  • Container (Docker, Kubernetes)
  • Core Java / Java SE
  • Cross-Platform (Xamarin, Mono, Electron, NativeScript)
  • Databases (NoSQL, RDBMS, Graph DBs, SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, CouchDB, CosmosDB)
  • Data access (Entity Framework, OR-Mapper)
  • DevOps (Procedures, Teambuilding, Tools)
  • Enterprise Java / Jakarta EE
  • Frontend Architecture (MVC, MVVM, MVP)
  • Game Development (Unity, Unreal, Quake)
  • Git, GitHub (Operation, Tips)
  • JavaScript, TypeScript (internal language, Best Practices)
  • JVM: Kotlin, Scala, Clojure, Groovy, Ceylon, Fantom (internal language, Best Practices)
  • Lowcode (Projects from practice)
  • Middleware (Message Bus, Load Balancer, Infrastructure)
  • NewTech (Blockchain, Robot, Autonomous driving, AI)
  • Programming languages (Rust, Go, Swift)
  • Python (internal language, Best Practices)
  • Refactoring (Practice for application conversion, Pathfinder rule)
  • Scrum (Practice)
  • Security (Authentication, Authorization, Identity Server, Secure Software Development)
  • Softskills (Self Management, Learning from failure, Teambuilding)
  • Software Craftsmenship, Clean Code (Agile Manifesto, Rules)
  • Software architecture (pattern, distributed architectures)
  • Software quality (Implementation, tests, QA)
  • Test (Unit Tests, Integration Tests, UI Tests)
  • UX, UI, UI Design (Best Practices, aids for developers)
  • Web Backend (Frameworks, Node.js, ASP.NET Core)
  • Web Frontend (Vue.js, React, Architecture, Validation, Connections)
  • Xamarin (Xamarin Forms, Practice)


In total, the programme will consist of more than 250 lectures. Although the conference language is German, we are also looking forward to English presentations. The Call for Speakers ends on 14 January 2020, after which the Advisory Board will review and evaluate the submissions. The programme will therefore be put together at the beginning of February.

If you have any questions about the program, please contact our Conference Chair, Tilman Börner, by email at