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Send in your session submissions by 5pm to be considered for October 2nd event

Develop Live: Call for speakers ends today

Today is your last chance to submit a talk for our inaugural Develop Live conference in Scotland this October.

Develop Live is the first conference arranged by the team behind this very website and its magazine, and will take place in Edinburgh on October 2nd, 2014.

We are, obviously, working on a few special sessions behind the scenes, but we’d like to give developers the chance to take part by submitting a speaker proposal. If successful, you could be on stage as part of our final conference programme.

To propose a talk, all you have to do is download this form and email it to developlive@intentmedia.co.uk. You need to send them in by 5pm today.

The full schedule will be curated by the editorial team and announced in the coming months. It will be split into two tracks, with half the day dedicated to topical issues faced in games development today and the other half exploring the heritage of the Scottish games industry.

Tickets cost £149, and competitive sponsorship packages are available. Contact Alex.Boucher@intentmedia.co.uk for more information on booking your place or getting more involved with the event.

You can find more information at www.develop-live.net, and follow the event on Twitter via @DevelopLive for news and updates.

Develop Live takes place two days before Game Expo Scotland, a new consumer event that will be held in the Scottish capital across the weekend of October 4th and 5th. Find out more at www.gameexposcotland.com

Game Expo Scotand is a media partner of Develop Live, while Develop and its sister title MCV are media partners of Game Expo Scotland. 

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