Tell us your full-stack story

Your views on full-stack development could be featured at OSCON. Here’s how.

We’re putting together a series of short videos that explores the trend of full-stack development from the point of view of people who consider themselves to be full-stack developers—as well as those who’d like to be.

We’ll use select submissions for the video pre-rolls that run before keynotes at OSCON. Videos may also be featured on O’Reilly Radar.

This means your insightful perspective on full-stack development could be seen by new developers and industry experts alike.

Want to participate? Here’s what you need to do:

Submissions are due by the end of the day on Monday, July 14.

  1. Make sure you’re in a quiet and well-lit room. Your video submission doesn’t need to be elaborate, but we do need to see and hear you.
  2. Turn on your phone, webcam, or video camera. If you’re using your phone, put it in landscape mode.
  3. Look directly at the camera and answer this question: How did you become (or start aspiring to become) a full-stack developer? Why?
  4. Save your video and post it to YouTube. Set the privacy settings on your video to “unlisted.” (Learn more about YouTube’s privacy settings here.)
  5. Insert the YouTube URL and other details in this form.
  6. Read the terms and conditions. If you’re okay with them, click the checkbox on the form.
  7. Submit your information.

That’s all it takes. We’ll take a look at your submission and see if it’s a good fit for this series.

Whether we use your video or not, thanks in advance for participating!

Remember: Please get your submissions in by the end of the day on Monday, July 14.

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  • Angie Chang

    Will these videos be made publicly viewable, say on YouTube, or in a Radar blog post containing all the videos embedded?

    • http://radar.oreilly.com/ Mac Slocum

      Good question! There’s a chance they will be included on YouTube and in a Radar post.