Fragments 2019

State of engineering, design and product development in the mobile ecosystem

DATE

1 and 2 March 2019, Bangalore

STATUS

Accepting submissions


SUBMIT A PROPOSAL

Propose a session

About Fragments:

Fragments is a conference on the state of engineering, design and product development in the mobile ecosystem – in India and abroad. Fragments will be held on 1 and 2 March 2019, in parallel with ReactFoo Bangalore.
The 2017 edition was held on 12-13 Sept, 2017. You can view videos from the conference to understand the nature of talks presented in the previous edition.

Format:

Fragments 2019 will feature talks – full length (40 mins), crisp (20 mins), demos (10 mins) and Birds Of Feather (BOF) sessions (60 mins).
You can also propose hands-on workshops of 3-6 hour durations. Workshops will be held a week before or on the days after the conference.

The 2019 edition will be held on 1 and 2 March, 2019.

Who should propose a talk:

Fragments is a conference for practitioners, by practitioners. If you are:

  1. Leading/working (in) mobile engineering teams
  2. Designing apps
  3. Conceptualizing specs/building features for products on mobile
  4. Working on cutting edge technology that makes engineering for mobile seamless

submit a proposal here.

Potential topics for submission:

  1. Kotlin and the new approach to mobile development: share case studies of your work with us.
  2. Trusted Web Activity (TWA) and its impact on mobile development for web developers.
  3. Design: approaches that have worked and haven’t worked, and why?
  4. Product development: assessing needs, user/customer research approaches, metrics for success/failure, managing teams and technology, stories of scale.

Selection process:

We are interested in case studies and talks which expose participants to new approaches for problem-solving. We typically don’t accept:

  1. How-to talks
  2. Talks on topics which have been covered in previous editions of the conference
  3. Beginner level or introductory talks

Proposals will be shortlisted and reviewed by an editorial team consisting of practitioners from the community. Make sure your abstract contains the following information:

  1. Key insights you will present, or takeaways for the audience.
  2. Overall flow of the content.

You must submit links to videos of talks you have delivered in the past, or record and upload a two-min self-recorded video explaining what your talk is about, and why is it relevant for this event.

You must also submit links to the following along with your proposal:

  1. A detailed outline, or
  2. Mindmap, explaining the structure of the talk, or
  3. Draft slides.

Honorarium for selected speakers; travel grants:

Selected speakers and workshop instructors will receive an honorarium of Rs. 3,000 for speaking at the conference. Confirmed speakers and instructors also get a pass to the conference. We do not provide free passes for speakers’ colleagues and spouses.

We only offer travel grants to:

  1. Creators of original projects/work that have wide adoption.
  2. Women and persons of non-binary gender who are selected to speak at the conference.

Fragments is funded through ticket sales and sponsorships. Travel grants vary accordingly.

Important dates:

Fragments conference: 1 and 2 March, 2019
Last date for submitting proposals: 15 December 2018

Contact details:

For more information about speaking, sponsorships, tickets, or any other information contact fragments.editorial@hasgeek.com or call 7676332020.


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