The Call for Papers is closed.
Welcome to the official J-Fall 2013 Call for Papers application. Only session proposals submitted through this application will be reviewed by the selection committee. This application was developed in Java by NLJUG and runs on Google App Engine.
On November 6, 2013 the J-Fall conference of the NLJUG will be held. The conference will be taking place at conference venue 'Hart van Holland' in Nijkerk, Netherlands. The organizing committee is looking for you as a speaker to present your session in one of the available timeslots. If you have an interesting Java related topic that you would like to present to NLJUG members, this is your chance. A timeslot has 50 minutes. Attendees typically have intermediate to advanced Java skills and are looking for practical content to enhance their knowledge. Most valued sessions include best practices, code samples and/or live demos. Besides regular technical sessions, we are also looking for hands-on labs proposals and unconference-style sessions. Submitting multiple papers is allowed of course. Before submitting a paper, make sure you've read the selection criteria.
If you have any questions regarding the call for papers, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NLJUG Content Team.
Tips for submitting
A session timeslot has 50 minutes. Attendees typically have intermediate to advanced Java skills and are looking for practical content to enhance their knowledge. Most valued sessions include best practices, code samples and/or live demos. Besides regular technical sessions, we are also looking for hands-on labs proposals and unconference-style sessions.
Content for J-Fall can be any of the following three session types:
We are accepting content in the following tracks:
Paper submission fields
Please, make sure that your session proposal contains at least the following elements:
N.B. Incomplete proposals will unfortunately be rejected! Please, submit your proposal before the Call for Papers deadline. Please refer to the timeline for important dates. You will receive an e-mail confirmation upon submitting.
How proposals will be judged
When the deadline has passed, the session selection committee are handed the session abstracts and they have to individually rate the sessions using a "five star system" (1: bad -- 5: excellent). The committee consists of two members from the NLJUG board and is complemented by at least six individuals that stand out in the NLJUG community. Selection committee members judge the session abstracts for themselves paying attention to the following criteria in no particular order:
|2 July||Call for Papers opens|
|30 August||Call for Papers closed|
|6 September||Speaker invitations and decline notifications sent|
|12 September||Registration opens|
|30 October||Registration closed|
|6 November||J-Fall 2013|