India is a strong hub for the IT industry and is a preferred offshore development and innovation destination for many IT companies. Of late, however, India has experienced a spurt of indigenous software talent that’s making a mark in the world. The government has also launched the ‘Make in India’ initiative, which is inspiring entrepreneurs in the software product industry to create and develop software products throughout India.
The Made in India Track provides a platform to present and discuss tools and strategies for developing products in India. This Track will also cover opportunities and challenges for startups and established players. The topics in this Track can include (but not limited to):
- Technical challenges specific to the Indian Context
- Scaling in the Indian Context
- Open Source Tools and technologies
- Beyond e/m-Commerce
- Product and market strategy
- Product Management/ Project Management
- Agile Methodology
- Global market for B2B solutions
- Made in India for the rest of the world
As you make your submissions for the technical Tracks, please ensure that you follow the guidelines listed below. Please note that submissions made in the desired format are highly encouraged.
Specify content level and target audience: Please rate your submission by the content level of the session and the expected audience:
- Beginner – This session is appropriate for a beginner in the topic being discussed. The session would mostly be an introduction to the technology and would not require any prior knowledge of the subject.
- Intermediate – This session is appropriate for intermediate users of this technology. The speaker will expect some prior knowledge by the attendees and introduce more recent advancements in the technology to the audience.
- Advanced – This session is appropriate for advanced users of the subject. The speaker will be picking a niche area and delving into significant detail on the topic. Strong background knowledge of the topic and usage in a professional setting might be required.
Pre-requisites: This section of the submission should list the requirements that the speaker expects of the audience. This includes:
- Prior knowledge and usage of certain technology
- Laptop, smartphone or other equipment to be brought to the session.
- Any software that needs to be pre-loaded to be used in the session.
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