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Saul Caganoff

APIdays Melbourne: Call for Speakers

Posted by Saul Caganoff on 12 March 2020

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We’re excited to announce the return of APIdays to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on September 15th and 16th 2020.

Continuing our unique program and topics covering API-first strategy, developer experience, platform architecture and emerging technologies. Join more than 600 of your peers for two days of talks, workshops, collaboration, connecting and learning by having fun.  

This year we want to hear your voice, so apply to speak now.

Apply to Speak

We’re interested in a wide range of topics related to APIs and the business and technology opportunities that bring. Join us to share your experience and perspective on topics such as:

  • Open Banking & FinTech
  • Open Government
  • Healthcare Case Studies
  • Digital Transformation Case Studies
  • Product Management
  • API Design
  • API Protocols - REST, GraphQL, gRPC
  • Developer Experience
  • API Evangelism & Building Communities
  • Evolutionary Architecture
  • Event-driven Architecture
  • Domain Driven Design & Event Storming
  • API Testing
  • Reliability
  • Observability
  • DevOps
  • Containers, k8s, Service Mesh
  • Emerging Technologies such as voice, AI/ML and IoT

Apply to Speak

Applications Close on April 17th

For sponsorships details, visit https://www.apidays.co/melbourne.

About APIdays: APIdays is a global series of conferences specialising in the business and technology of web APIs. Created in 2012 in Paris, APIdays has organised 47 events in 12 countries, gathering over 25,000 attendees and 2,000+ speakers. Its aim is to democratise and evangelise the opportunities and the use of APIs for businesses to fully enter the next wave of digital transformation, the era of automation.

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