Hi Scala Forum - I'm trying to get the word out about a polyglot call for speakers

Hope y’all don’t mind me sharing.

I’ve taken over responsibility for rebooting the Carolina Code Conference for the first time since 2019 (precovid), which is a polyglot conference in Greenville, SC on August 19th this year. We’re looking to get a wide variety of language representation through our speakers and I wanted to share the call for speakers here before the deadline ends on May 25th.

This first year we’re working hard to make sure the event in a memorable one to give us momentum for a bigger 2024.

The conference is also entirely sponsor supported and if there’s any interest there you can find full details on the website. We are in relaunch mode and I’ve been at this for about 5 weeks now, so the primary site is currently a substack until we can complete the new permanent site.

We’re also trying to crowdsource the conference t-shirt, so if you think you can turn the song lyrics to Don’t Stop Believing into Scala, please feel free to make an entry!

I’ll be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

Curious if y’all have any questions?

I’ve seen a lot of discussion about the reasons for adopting Scala lately. In case you’re interested in sharing those points with a mixed-language audience, the talks will be professionally recorded and shared on YouTube.