Speaking at Front‑Trends
Have something to say that matters to the web community? We invite you to submit all sorts of technical, coding, inspirational, forward-thinking topics.
Apply to our open call for speakers. We carefully organize each speaker’s trip and stay, so that you can focus on delivering a great talk and enjoying time with your front-end community in Warsaw.
Two full days, May 24-25
Thursday-Friday, on a single track, with 6-8 talks per day. Depending on interest, we’ll also include lightning talks throughout the schedule.
The conference is conducted entirely in English. Your audience demographic will be a mix of international people, about half Polish-native speakers, and half coming from all over the globe.
When preparing your talk, please be mindful that all presentations will be recorded and available online for hundreds of thousands of YouTube viewers, with no further context of the event.
Conducted in English
While we only accept talks conducted in English, we also ask you to be mindful of trying to use English during conversations at Front-Trends. We welcome guests from all over the world, and want to encourage open communication within a diverse community.
- We organize your roundtrip itinerary and ticketing.
- We book and cover your stay in Warsaw.
- We chauffeur your inter-city travel (airport, hotel and venue).
- We offer a speaker’s compensation fee.
- We offer professional photos and video recordings.
- We try to do many more small things to make your trip comfortable and welcoming.
- You should provide a well-prepared, well-rehearsed 30-minute talk.
- You should bring your own familiar laptop and devices used in the presentation.
- You may include Q&A time within these 30 minutes or exclude Q&A sessions as desired.
- Talks given under 20 minutes long will be considered below our expectations.
- You should avoid using visuals or audio that may potentially be considered offensive (sexual, iconography, culturally insensitive, etc.); there’s always an alternative to get your point across.
- Follow the Code of Conduct.