Important Dates 2016

Call for Papers opens: 23 August, 2016
Call for Papers closes: October 10, 2016
All submissions must be received on or before October 10th, 2016 at 23:59 (EET).

Session Types

  • Talks: 25 and 50-minute presentations (traditional presentation format); Maximum of 2 (two) speakers;
  • Workshops and Hands-on Labs: From 90 to 120-minute sessions (presentations and/or hands-on labs); Maximum of 3 (three) speakers;
  • Discussion Panels: From 40 to 80-minute discussions (short presentation and Q&A); Maximum of 4 (four) speakers;

Submission Requirements

  • The original author(s) of a presentation must submit for the Call for Papers
  • Each submission must include the following fields
    • Title
    • Abstract – maximum character limit is 1000 characters, including spaces, to be printed in schedule
    • Track – select one of the tracks listed below
    • Session Type – Talk (25 or 50min), Workshop, Discussion Panel
    • Summary – for selection purposes only
    • Level – beginner, intermediate or advanced
    • Link/s to supporting materials – send us a link/s to show your experience and presentation skills. If you do not have a video, please record a short demo-presentation (up to several minutes) and send us the link.
    • Bio – especially if you do not have supporting materials specified above
  • Submissions that highlight new research, tools, vulnerabilities, etc. are highly recommended and will be given priority.
  • Alternative and interactive formats are encouraged.
  • Speakers may submit more than one proposal but each proposal must be submitted via a separate submission form.
  • Each submission must include detailed bibliographies acknowledging prior work in the space, distinguishing or highlighting how your presentation is different.


  • .NET (Microsoft) Technologies
  • C/C++ and embedded programming
  • Programming with Python, Ruby, Node.js,  and others
  • Databases (SQL, NoSQL)
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • Mobile (Android, iOS, WindowsPhone), Arduino, RaspberryPi
  • Web (HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript frameworks and tools)
  • QA Engineering
  • Cloud, DevOps and Infrastructure
  • Development Process, Methodologies, Tools
  • Security and Risk Management
  • Innovations, IoT, Robotics


You can also apply for Java2Days 2016 Conference – the major Java event in Eastern Europe.

Please, note that all submissions and ideas are welcome at . We are not limited to the tracks listed above.

After submitting a proposal speaker/s will receive an email notification within 48 hours of receipt of the submission. After selections have been completed, all submitters will receive an email confirmation of acceptance or rejection (till October 15th). We usually confirm selected presentations within 2 weeks as of the receipt of the submission.

Speaker/s will be contacted directly if CodeMonsters Review Team have any questions about a submission.

Each selected speaker will be provided with

  • All speaker amenities at CodeMonsters Conference (including stay at 4* hotel in Sofia)
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner all conference days
  • VIP Java2Days&CodeMonsters Dinner with Speakers
  • VIP BusinessBooster Cocktail with Investors
  • VIP Party with speakers and special guests
  • Mega Developers Party
  • Speaker Conference Bag
  • Speaker Custom Gift
  • Extra conference pass for a friend

If you have any questions regarding your submission or need more information about reimbursement of speaker expenses, please send an email to .

We can’t wait to see you at CodeMonsters 2016!