Give a Talk


Share what you know at a Nashville PHP meetup.

We are looking for beginner, intermediate, and advanced topics. Whether you’re new to speaking or have many years under your belt, help out your fellow PHP developers, and share something you’ve learned.

New to speaking?

No worries. We’ve got your back. Speaking at a user group is a great way to build confidence and experience in public speaking and technical presentation.

We’d love for you to speak, and we can pair you with a seasoned speaker who can help make sure you’re prepared to give your first talk. Let us know if this interests you.

Need a few ideas?

Not convinced you have a good idea for a talk? Here are a few ideas to get you thinking about what you can share, but don’t limit yourself to these.

  • Encounter a head-scratching bug? Share how you solved it.
  • Find a cool library or tool? Teach us how to use it.
  • Passionate about team building? Let us know how your team works.
  • Discover a neat PHP trick? Show us how it works.

If you’re still not sure, or if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Send us an email at organizers@nashvillephp.org.


Submit a talk proposal

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An abstract is a brief description of your talk and what it will cover. For help creating your abstract, check out Help Me Abstract.
Our meetings are always the second Tuesday of each month. In what future month(s) are you available to present this talk? Examples: January 2016, Summer, Anytime.
Have you given this talk before? If so, is there a video online where we can view it? Are you a first-time speaker and need some help preparing? We’ll be happy to help! Do you have any other requests?