The Forge DevCon Call for Proposals (CFP) is now closed. Thank you to all who sent in proposals! We received some really amazing and interesting submissions.
Now for the fun part: community voting is now open. We want you to weigh in on the learning that will help you get the most out of your full day at Forge DevCon. We received over 100 submissions and the competition is fierce, so make sure you take a moment to tell us which classes matter the most to you.
How do you vote?
Starting on May 30 you can:
2. Search for "Forge"
3. Click the Vote button next to the classes you are interested in
Questions? Check out some of the FAQs below:
Who can vote?
When can I vote?
From now until June 25.
How do I vote?
You have the option to give a thumbs-up to classes that appeal to your learning goals. (There’s no thumbs-down. If a class isn’t for you, don’t vote for it.) Tip: You can search proposals by product, topic, or focus.
How many times can I vote?
You can vote for as many classes as you like, but you can’t vote for the same class more than once. You can also visit the voting page as many times as you like, giving those thumbs-ups, until voting closes. And if you change your mind about a class, simply uncheck the thumbs-up and your vote will be changed.
What happens to the submissions that receive the most votes?
Voting is a key factor in selecting the classes for Forge DevCon Las Vegas. Your feedback is important to us, and we want to be sure we have our finger on the pulse of the Forge community. But in addition to voting, we consider a number of other data points—things like speaker experience, past speaker ratings, and more— to determine final class selection.