Past Meetup

Getting started with speaking at conferences: Panel Discussion

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WeWork 22 Cross Street (GetLinks)

#02-01, Singapore 048421 · Singapore

How to find us

Stairs leading to WeWork is next to an overhead bridge, right next to Shan Cha cafe. Take the stairs up to the 2nd floor for the event space.

Location image of event venue


• What we'll do:
Speaking at tech conferences or meetups are a great way to build your personal brand and career. This year, let us resolve to give more talks and build more confidence.

Thinking about getting started with public speaking?
Join us for a panel discussion with some amazing speakers and conference organisers. Have those burning questions about getting started with speaking or CFPs answered. Hear from experienced speakers on how to prepare for your talk and from organisers on what they expect from CFP submissions.

Note: You could also submit your questions in advance by DM'ing us.

Our panelists:
Hui Jing Chen(@hj_chen): Developer advocate at Nexmo, speaker at multiple international conferences and organiser of SingaporeCSS &

Renu Yadav ( Mobile developer at Grab, speaker at multiple international conferences and Android network lead at Women Who Code

Michael Cheng(@coderkungfu): Software engineer at Singapore Power, organiser of, founder and

Michael Isvy(@michaelisvy): VP Engineering Online Pajak, organiser Voxxed Days Singapore, organiser Singapore Java User Group

Vincent DeSmet (@vincentdesmet): DevOps Engineer at SWAT. Speaker at international conferences, organiser DevOps days SG and Singapore Kubernetes user group.

6.30 - 7.00 PM: Check-in & Networking
7.00 - 7.15 PM: Updates from Women Who Code & Host Introduction
7.15 - 8.15 PM: Panel discussion
8.15 - 8.45 PM: Final remarks & networking

This event is intended for everyone who aims to support & inspire women in technology.

• What to bring
- Burning questions about speaking and lots of enthusiasm!

• Important to know
Please bring your photo id for registration at the venue reception.

All attendees kindly read and abide by the Women Who Code Code of Conduct -