ElixirConf 2014 Call for Speakers


I thought some Rubyists may be interested in this.

ElixirConf 2014
(Fri-Sat) July 25-26, 2014
Norris Conference Center
Austin, TX

Warm greetings from the Lone Star State.

The first annual ElixirConf is getting under
way and the call for speaker proposals is
well under way - but it’s not too
late to submit your proposal(s).

We invite you to be a part of ElixirConf 2014
and share your knowledge, success and expertise
by submitting a speaking proposal at:


for a 40-minute talk.

Here are just a few sample topics:

  • Web D. with Elixir
  • Embedded Development with Elixir
  • Telephony Development with Elixir
  • Elixir Coding Best Practices
  • Developer Tools
  • OTP - Anything
  • Elixir Internals, Macro Programming
  • SQL and Non-SQL databases
  • Elixir in the Enterprise
  • Elixir in Small Business
  • Elixir and Robotics

You name it. If it is Elixir related, we want to hear from you.
(Proposals are due midnight, April 16, 2014.)

ElixirConf 2014 is a two day single-track
Conference held in the capital city of the
Lone Star State, Austin, TX.

ElixirConf 2014 is guaranteed to provide you with
new knowledge, new insights and a new love for
your favorite development language, Elixir. And if
that wasn’t enough, you’ll also get a heapin’
plate full of the best BBQ in Texas – and great
company to share it with.

And while your’re enjoying that plate of BBQ
this year, you will be hearing keynotes from

Jos Valim


Dave T.

You’re sure to have an educational and entertaining time.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference in July.
Please feel free to email us with your suggestions on
how we can make this your perfect conference.

Registration for ElixirConf 2014 is now open.


See you in Austin in July!

Jim F.
http://ElixirConf.com http://elixirconf.com/

For sponsorship, media or promotional partner opportunities,
contact me at jimfreeze at gmail _dot_com.

P.S. Proposals are due by midnight April 16, 2014.

P.P.S. You can follow conference announcements on Twitter at

P.P.P.S. Use the Twitter tags @elixirconf or #elixirconf

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