Camunda has always been focused on creating an excellent experience for developers everywhere who are trying to automate processes. From our days as a small process automation consulting firm to the powerful products used by hundreds around the globe, our engineering mindset and commitment to our community has always been at the heart of what we do. 

Out of this commitment to our community comes our first Camunda Community Summit — coming live to your laptop on April 27-28. This inaugural summit builds upon our first Community Unconference last October. The feedback we received was tremendous and people have been asking for another event like it ever since.

This virtual conference, created by developers for developers, offers peer-to-peer engagement and learning through insightful technical topics. We’ll be focusing on engineering deep dives and demonstrations, so expect plenty of live coding in addition to lively discussions with fellow users and the team that builds Camunda.

Whether you’re a Camunda newbie or a long-serving community member, you’re welcome to join the Community Summit and level up your Camunda knowledge, share experiences and ask questions. For a taste of what to expect, take a look at the results of our Community Unconference in October — where sessions were proposed and up-voted by the community. 

Do you have a great Camunda Story?

If you’ve been using Camunda for a while, we’d love to hear from you. Our call for papers is open and we’re seeking insightful presentations from folks who’ve done interesting things with Camunda — whether at work or play — and contributors with stories to share, from maintaining plugins to writing client libraries.

The closing date for submissions is March 15, and you can apply here: Call for presentations.

We strive to make our events a reflection of the diversity in our global community, featuring speakers from different backgrounds, genders, and geographic locations, in addition to a variety of organizations.

If you have any questions or would like any assistance with your CFP, contact community@camunda.com.

Registrations for the Community Summit will open soon and we’ll keep you well informed with updates here on the blog and via our social media channels. Join the community in this exciting new event for two days of peer-to-peer learning, creativity and collaboration. We can’t wait to see you there.

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