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JetBrains .NET Day Online 2022 – Call for Speakers

Update: The Call for Speakers is closed, as we have the event lined up!

We invite you to join JetBrains .NET Days + GameDev Day Online 2022, two virtual events taking place Tuesday to Thursday, October 25–27, 2022. Let us know if you can make it!

Tell me more!

It’s that time of the year again! Back in 2019, we held our first JetBrains .NET Day Online — a free, live, virtual event where community speakers cover topics they are passionate about, ranging from deep technical .NET content and speakers’ experiences with specific tools and technologies, to personal development.

After a successful 2020 and 2021 edition, we want to again host sessions by community speakers at the JetBrains .NET Day Online 2022 on Tuesday to Thursday, October 25–27, 2022.

We are looking for speakers interested in presenting with us! We welcome all topics that would be relevant to the wider .NET community.

Submit a talk!

We’ll highlight you as a speaker and any resources you may want to share, such as your blog, open source projects, online courses, etc. All accepted speakers get a 1 year Personal All Products Pack subscription on us.


  • Talks are in English
  • Talks are presented live
  • Talks are 30, 45 or 60 minutes, followed by 5-10 minutes of Q&A (optional)
  • Talks are scheduled according to your time zone
  • Talks are presented live, and recorded and published on YouTube, and are shared in our newsletters, blogs, …
  • You can show slides, do live demos, … — whatever you think works best for your content!
  • All accepted speakers get a 1 year Personal All Products Pack subscription on us
  • Please make sure you read and adhere to the Code of Conduct prior to submitting.

What type of talks are you looking for?

We welcome all topics that would be relevant to the wider .NET community. We’d appreciate some link to a JetBrains product (not necessarily product focused, maybe just use it for demos).

Some areas we’re always interested in:

  • Soft skills, community, …
  • Architecture, clean code, patterns, DDD, defensive coding, …
  • F#, Fable, SAFE Stack, functional programming, …
  • Performance tuning, memory management, concurrency, benchmarking, logging, OpenTracing, …
  • Language-related! C#, F#, VB.NET, source generators, …
  • ASP.NET Core, Carter, OpenAPI, gRPC, …
  • Blazor, Uno Platform, Avalonia, Xamarin, Unity, building a game, …
  • Databases, Entity Framework, Dapper, …
  • Testing and all of its flavours
  • Open source libraries you feel people should be aware of
  • Anything that does not fit the list above

To give you an idea, here are some talks from previous years that worked well:

  • Immutable Collections in .NET
  • Refactoring to Patterns with ReSharper
  • Building a Fantasy Game Console with C#, MonoGame, and Rider
  • Deep Dive into Async Streams
  • From C# to Python – 10 Things I Learned Along the Way
  • Formatting F# Code
  • Learning F# by Designing Your Own Language
  • TDD and The Terminator – An Introduction to Test-Driven Development
  • Developing with .NET Core on AWS Using Rider
  • Better Object Mapping in .NET with Dapper
  • Starting a Blog
  • How to Pitch Your Ideas so People Listen

Not sure if your talk idea will fit? Reach out to and we can discuss.

More information is available on our Call for Speakers page. Thanks in advance for submitting your talks!

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