Propose a talk
We like all kinds of talks – whether it's about a framework you worked on, your first project with a new library, experimenting with new features, or a unique side project. Talks at Svelte Society can be up to 30 minutes, and newcomers are always welcome.
Prepare your talk
Take the time to practice your talk. Improvising live on stage is nice, but have a well prepared backup.
Here's what you need to know:
- You can select one of the three talk length options. Make sure not to exceed this limit
- Your talk must be in English
- Your slides should be in the format 16:9
- Your screen will be recorded so your screen will be mirrored
- We have a good internet connection for demos, but make sure you have a backup
- (Ideally) your talk will be recorded and uploaded to the internet
- After every talk there's a Q & A session. If you don't want one, please let us know
- You can mention your company, products or events, but your talk should not be advertisement
- We want to learn something interesting and new. Be original!
- We like to see live demos, but keep the code short and readable
- Your talk must must not be discriminate, shame or in any other way make people of different races, nationalities or sexual orientation feel unpleasant.
Preparing for screen recording
To be able to record your talk, we'll be using StreamYard.
It should be as simple as joining the video call in your browser and sharing your screen.
Read about StreamYard