Call for Speakers

The 9th edition of Agile Portugal will be held in the beautiful city of Porto, Portugal, on the 25th of May, 2018. The conference will take place at Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto (FEUP).

This year, Agile Portugal 2018 will also be co-located with XP 2018, one of the most well known Agile conferences. We will also be counting with the valuable support of the DevOps Lisbon and DevOps Porto communities.

We encourage you to participate as a speaker and share your experience on a topic of your expertise, by submitting a talk, one that is either inspiring, controversial, or thought-provoking. You choose!

Important Dates

  • March 26th: Submissions due
  • April 16th: Notification of acceptance
  • April 30th: Schedule published
  • May 25th: Conference

Submission

To submit your talk proposal please use the button below, which will lead you to the Easychair submission system (click the conference acronym APT2018). Please read the full submission guidelines listed below before submitting.

We encourage you to disseminate this call among your peers, and look forward to receiving your submissions.

Submit Talk Proposal

Submission Guidelines

After logging in at the Agile Portugal 2018 Easychair submission system, please consider the following guidelines to fill in your talk proposal:

  • Author information: Fill in the information for each author/co-author associated with your talk proposal.
  • Title and Abstract: Provide an expressive title for your talk, and organize your abstract into the following sections:
    • Synopsis:
      Summary of 40-60 words of your talk, to be shown on the website when your talk gets accepted.
    • Long Synopsis:
      Additional details about your session. Show us why your session should be accepted, and make sure to include your slides or video of the presentation, if this is not the first time you give it. This will help us assess the quality of your submission.
    • Observations:
      This is the place for any more details, like technical requirements, etc.
  • Keywords: Give us at least 3 keywords where you can fit your talk.
  • Topics: Select one or more topics relevant to your talk.