How can I get involved in the community?

By inviting you to our platform we encourage you to take an active part in its development. We’re open to your suggestions and propositions. You can propose a speaker, suggest a topic for a presentation/panel discussion, and share your ideas on how we could elevate the Sphere.it platform. Just get in touch with us at [email protected] 

Can I co-organise an event with Sphere.it?

Sure, if you have an idea for our next event, reach out to us and we’ll discuss it together. Write an email to [email protected]

Can I join a Panel Discussion as a panellist?

Of course, you can! If there’s a topic from the IT world that you’re strongly involved in and would like to take part in the discussion, exchange your views with other experts from this field, just drop us a note at [email protected]. We’ll review your proposition and come back to you. 

Can I propose a topic for the next virtual event by Sphere.it?

Definitely, Sphere.it is open to your ideas! Whether you’re interested in AI, Data, Cloud, Frontend, Backend, Kotlin ecosystem, or any other topic related to technology. Just let us know what interests you. 

Can I prepare a talk for Sphere.it platform?

Yes, you can. Here you can find all the details regarding call for papers. 

Can I recommend a person to be a speaker at Sphere.it?

Definitely! Check out the details regarding recommending a speaker here. 

Can I write an article for Sphere.it’s blog?

Yes, you can! If you have a concept for an article that could fit Sphere.it platform – just send us an email to [email protected]. If we accept the topic, you can count on our support with the production of your piece. 

Will there be a stationary Sphere.it event? 

Unfortunately, onsite events are still not safe, and we can’t be sure when the situation will get better. Definitely, we would like to come back with our big annual Sphere.it conference taking place in Krakow (and maybe other cities as well). But we’re waiting as long as it’s needed to be sure that we can guarantee the highest security to our speakers and audience.