March 6, 2021
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Despite vaccination progress in some countries, we’re nowhere close to getting back to normal and, as such, this year’s DevRelCon Tokyo will be entirely online.
The call for papers is open until March 15th, welcoming participants from around the world to submit English language talk proposals. The DevRelCon Tokyo community have already announced several keynote speakers, including Stripe’s Carol Huang, Code for Japan’s Hal Seki, and Microsoft’s Annie Matthew.
If you’re looking to attend DevRelCon Tokyo 2021, mark June 5th in your diary and keep an eye on the @_devrel Twitter account for registration details.
The London and San Francisco editions of DevRelCon are combining again this year for a global DevRelCon. Our focus this year will be on how programmes cater for non-developer personas, in what we’re calling practitioner relations. We’re also actively looking for speakers from regions that haven’t had their own DevRelCon editions.
We’ll announce details of the global DevRelCon call for papers in April, with the event itself taking place in the autumn.