Speaker info

Your full name [public]

We will send you your profile password here, so make sure it's valid!

Please describe what makes you a speaker entitled to talk on that subject. The practical experience like game titles you worked on are most important, then companies you were with and other experience. You can add other conferences you gave a talk at, but we do not see that as a primary reference. [semi-public] Parts of this might be used to create speaker description.

Will be used only in case we have to contact you during the conference

230x230 pixels minimally [public]

Describe your current position, eg. AI Developer, Assistant Professor, Indie Developer etc. [public]
Your company or informal indie team [public]
Fill if you are a teacher, researcher or student [public]
Your twitter handle to promote you [public]

Talk info

The title of your talk [public]

A short (from 400 to 600 characters) description of your talk [public]
Should be descriptive and informative about the contents of the talk and encourage participants to attend. There is no need to repeat speaker information here; it will usually be provided with the talk info.

What knowledge and/or skills audience will learn? What actual cases, i.e., companies or games will be analyzed? Where it will be usable?

Provide in 3-4 sentences contents of your single most powerful slide (e.g. important takeaway). DO NOT write '10 ways for X', put that in takeaways. Here describe in some detail the one of them that is nontrivial.Do not write what will be there, rather present the actual content.
If you presented or intend to present this talk before GIC, please state where. If there are any recordings of that, please provide links to them. We are encouraging you to update, extended or revise such talk for GIC. Please state here the changes.
If you have some materials ready for the talk (draft, presentation plan, slides, etc...) or would like to extend the descrription with such material, upload it here (or paste a link to these). This will help the boards to asses your talk.

Talks in English are strongly preferred. The only reasons to submit a talk in Polish should be: basic talk for student audience, talk focused on local topics, talk would lose important quality when done in English.

Please choose modal length options if possible, as these allow us to shape the program of the conference better.

beginner: requiring no knowledge on entry and allowing all kind of audience to follow;
intermediate: for an audience with some experience and having at least parts that might be difficult to follow for beginners;
advanced: for an audience with good knowledge in the track of the talk and offering them nontrivial takeaways in the presented topic.
Let us know if there's any additional information we should consider, eg. due to travel limitations, you can only present on a given day. As the speaker's panel allows you to log in you might as well edit this information later on.