Call for Proposal
Share your experience / knowledge with Rustaceans at Rust.Tokyo!
Rust.Tokyo is a tech-conference for those who have passion on Rust language. This conference aims to provide opportunities for such people to share their knowledge / experience with others. That is why Rust.Tokyo organizers call proposal for talks in this conference.
Please read following description and submit your proposal.
CFP due date: 2019-08-25T23:59:59+09:00 (JST)!
- Aug.25th, 2019: Submission deadline
- Sep.10th, 2019 (can be changed): authors notified
- Oct.26th, 2019: Rust.Tokyo
- The theme for this conference is "The practical application of Rust". Please consider this in your proposal.
- Be concise, but include as much detail as is necessary to cover your idea
- Please provide at least one concrete take away
- Multiple entries welcome
- Attempt to not give details to who you are. We prefer to judge based on content.
- All presentations must conform to the code of conduct
- We can accept Japanese / English proposals.
- Proposals must be submitted via the form linked below.
You can submit your proposal via the form linked below.
- Every proposal is reviewed by reviewing board.
- Author's name is masked during review process, i.e. judge is based on proposal's content.
- Please contact email@example.com if you have question on our review process.
- Meet conference theme: we prefer talks about practical application / efforts for Rust integration.
- Informative title: we prefer titles providing enough information for attendees to understand its topics.
- Well described: Abstract is not necessarily long, but should have enough information not only for reviewers but also for conference attendees to understand your talk topics and key takes away.
- Original content: we prefer talks that the local area is not likely to have already seen.
- We cannot pay any travel expenses, even if you travel from outside Japan.
- All conference talks are given in Japanese or English.
- We are planning to put automatically generated captions to talks in English.
- We strongly encourage speakers to use English for their speaking materials.