The main JS conference of 2023

Understand the latest trends in JavaScript development. See what 10k+ JS developers are up to. Meet those who shape the present and the future of the prospering nation.
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    speakers
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    their know-hows
  • 1K
    luckies
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  • 10K
    tech folks
    Joining
    remotely
Event

JSNation is a 2-day 2-track event focusing exclusively on JavaScript development. Discover the future of the JavaScript development ecosystem and get connected to its stellar crowd!

This year, the format of the event will be hybrid, with the first day (June 1) streamed from the Amsterdam venue including hybrid networking features and interactive entertainment; and second day (June 5), as well as the numerous free workshops, streamed to the global audience online.

June 1: in-person program starts at 9:00 CEST & the live stream – 13:20 CEST. June 5: the live stream starts at 16:00 CEST.

This year we expect the authors and core teams:
  • Turbopack

  • Webpack

  • Qwik

  • Eleventy

  • SolidJS

  • AlpineJS

  • Theatre.js

  • Vue

  • Node

  • Chrome

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May-June

Workshops

Pro & Free Workshops will be held before & after conference days.

June

Thu

1st

Conference Hybrid Day

Join us in Amsterdam or watch online. There will be lots of hybrid networking and inclusive interactivity.

June 2 at 19:00-23:00 CEST – in-person afterparty!

June

Sat

3rd

Hangout Day

Experience Amsterdam with new friends during our boat and walking tours

June

Mon

5th

Conference Remote Day

Streaming of both tracks, speaker QnA's, discussion rooms and remote afterparty!

Features

The biggest JS party worldwide

JS Open Source Awards

It's our mission to support OSS projects and celebrate them annually at the OS Awards. As an open foundation, we are looking forward to collaborating with like-minded individuals and businesses to help us propagate the OS culture even further

First speakers
Wes Bos
Full Stack Developer, Speaker & Teacher, Co-host of Syntax, Canada

Wes Bos is a Full Stack Developer, Speaker and Teacher from Canada. He is a course creator, works as an independent web developer and is the co-host of Syntax - a popular web development podcast. Wes has taught over 500 students in 200+ classes and spoken at dozens of conferences around the world.

Wes is the author of React For Beginners, Advanced React and GraphQL, ES6 for Everyone and Learn Node which together have sold over 55,000 copies. He is also the author of JavaScript30.com, CSSGrid.io, Flexbox.io and Command Line Power User, a set of free video series. 300,000 people have taken at least one of Wes' free video courses.

Jake Archibald
Google Chrome, UK
Talk: The View Transition API

Jake works on web standards stuff for Google Chrome, focusing on performance, and making the web more competitive with native platforms.

Tobias Koppers
Vercel, Germany

Creator of Webpack and Turbopack. Father of two children. Likes to play board games.

Jecelyn Yeen
Google (Chrome DevTools), Germany

Jecelyn Yeen is a DevRel engineer at Google working on Chrome DevTools and Browser Automation. Her work focuses on understanding and activating the ecosystem around developer tooling.

When she’s not coding (and avocado-ing), she’s jumping into mysterious sea waters in search of narwhals and mermaids.

Miško Hevery
Builder.io, Qwik Creator, USA
Talk: Building a Web-App: The Easy Path and the Performant Path. Why Are They Not the Same?

As CTO, Miško oversees the technology division that powers the Builder.io applications and software. Before joining Builder.io, he created Open Source platforms for Google, including Angular, AngularJS and was co-creator of Karma. While at Google, he brought a testing culture there with his blog. Before focusing on making the web better, he believes testing is the key to success.

Miško started his career designing digital circuits and moved to databases, full-stack development and finally, front-end frameworks, giving him a unique perspective. He understands all of the layers from the web down to a transistor. In addition to Google, he worked for tech powerhouses Adobe Systems and Sun Microsystems.

He holds an MS/BS from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

Ryan Carniato
SolidJS Creator / Netlify, USA

As a JavaScript performance enthusiast, and fine-grained reactivity super-fan, Ryan is obsessively passionate about the future of JavaScript frameworks. He is the creator of SolidJS, and a maintainer of Marko.

Matteo Collina
Platformatic, Italy

Matteo is the Co-Founder and CTO of Platformatic.dev with the goal to remove all friction from backend development. He is also a prolific Open Source author in the JavaScript ecosystem and modules he maintain are downloaded more than 12 billion times a year.

Previously he was Chief Software Architect at NearForm, the best professional services company in the JavaScript ecosystem. In 2014, he defended his Ph.D. thesis titled "Application Platforms for the Internet of Things".

Matteo is a member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee focusing on streams, diagnostics and http. He is also the author of the fast logger Pino and of the Fastify web framework.

Matteo is an renowed international speaker after more than 60 conferences, including OpenJS World, Node.js Interactive, NodeConf.eu, NodeSummit, JSConf.Asia, WebRebels, and JsDay just to name a few. He is also co-author of the book "Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition" edited by Packt.

In the summer he loves sailing the Sirocco.

Zach Leatherman
Netlify, USA

Zach is a builder for the web. He created Eleventy (11ty), an award-winning open source site generator now full-time sponsored by Netlify. At one point he became entirely too fixated on web fonts. He has given 62 talks in eight different countries at events like Jamstack Conf, Beyond Tellerrand, Smashing Conference, CSSConf, and The White House. Formerly part of Filament Group, NEJS CONF, and NebraskaJS.

Caleb Porzio
Creator of AlpineJS & LaravelLivewire , USA

Co-Host of @noplanstomerge podcast | Creator of LaravelLivewire & AlpineJS

Kathleen McMahon
Northwestern Mutual, USA
Talk: Design System Carnival! One Accessible Component, Many Pretty Masks

Kathleen is a software engineer, designer, and conference speaker, who has deep industry experience that fuels her passion for making apps beautifully accessible. She’s currently a Senior Design Systems Engineer at Northwestern Mutual, she's also a Color Module Specification Editor for the W3C Design Tokens Community Group. She is the Creative Director for the CXsisters network in her spare time and the best lanterne rouge cyclocrosser you’ll ever meet.

Aria Minaei
Theatre.js Creator, Germany

CEO Theatre.js, designing a design tool – blurring the line between designer/developer, author/consumer, and artist/scientist.

Erick Wendel
Node.js Core Committer, Erick Wendel Training, Brazil
Talk: Bun, Deno, Node.js? Recreating a JavaScript Runtime From Scratch – Understand the Magic Behind the Node.js Core

Erick Wendel is a professional content creator and Node.js core committer. He has given more than 100 tech talks in over 10 countries around the world. He has been recognized with the most important awards in software development for JavaScript: Microsoft MVP, GoogleDevExpert, and GitHub Stars. He has trained more than 100K people around the world as a professional instructor and content producer at his own company erickwendel.com.

Dan Shappir
NEXT Insurance, Israel
Talk: Comparing JavaScript Frameworks Performance Using Real-World Data

Dan Shappir is the Performance Tech Lead at NEXT Insurance, and previously held that position at Wix.com. Dan has over 25 years of software development experience, and has worked on systems ranging from multiuser games to missile trajectory simulations to designing and building large-scale Web applications used by hundreds of millions of users. He is a frequent speaker at technical conferences, a host and panelist on the JavaScript Jabber podcast, and an Invited Expert on the W3C Web Performance Working Group. Dan holds an MSc in Computer Science.

Nikhil Kumaran S
Cloudera, India
Talk: Woah! Can TypeScript Do That?

Hi, I'm Nikhil Kumaran S, Frontend developer with expertise in Reactjs. I currently work at Cloudera. I have a passion for knowledge sharing. I share my knowledge by writing blog posts, giving tech talks at conferences, and mentoring people on Frontend development.

Luciano Mammino
fourTheorem, Ireland
Talk: JavaScript Iteration Protocols

Luciano was born in 1987, the same year Super Mario Bros was released in Europe, which, by chance is his favorite game! He started coding at the age of 12, hacking away with his father's old i386 armed only with MS-DOS and the QBasic interpreter and since then he has been professionally a software developer for more than 14 years. He is currently a senior Architect at fourTheorem where he is helping companies to get the best of the cloud, AWS and serverless. He loves the full-stack web, Node.js & Serverless and co-authored "Node.js design patterns", maintains fstack.link and co-hosts awsbites.com.

Dan Erez
AT&T, Israel
Talk: Sending Events With JavaScript – The Good, the Bad and the Best Way

My name is Dan Erez and I'm a seasoned software engineer and tech lead. I've worked in enterprises and startups (one acquired by VMWare) and lately been working on cloud/serverless and DevOps innovations. I also write technical blog posts (e.g., medium.com/@dan.erez/) and speak at conferences around the world.

Robin Marx
Akamai Technologies, Belgium
Talk: HTTP/3 for JS Developers

dr. Robin Marx is a Web Performance Expert at Akamai Technologies. He focuses on the performance and workings of modern Web protocols like HTTP/2, HTTP/3 and QUIC and has been a contributor in the IETF QUIC working group for multiple years.

Robin often talks about web performance at international conferences, making the complex situations more insightful to the wider public. On the weekends, he likes to hit other people with longswords.

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Our MCs
Bruce Lawson
Freelance web standards & accessibility consultant, UK

Bruce Lawson does accessibility at Babylon Health. He was co-editor of the HTML5.3 specification, one of the inventors of the element, and was on the committee that drafted the British Standard for commissioning accessible websites. He co-wrote 'Introducing HTML5'. He's previously been deputy CTO of Opera browsers, front-end lead for a large UK legal organisation, a Fortran and mainframe programmer as well as a Bollywood movie extra, a musician, a tarot card reader, tutor to a Thai princess and actor.

Floor Drees
Aiven.io , Netherlands

Staff Developer Advocate at Aiven.io.

Organizer Devopsdays Amsterdam, Devopsdays Eindhoven, and several meetups, including contributing.today, on open source topics and tools. I knit and do crossstitch and I own chickens.

Program committee
Shivay Lamba
Meilisearch

Shivay Lamba is a software developer specializing in DevOps, Machine Learning and Full Stack Development.

He is an Open Source Enthusiast and has been part of various programs like Google Code In and Google Summer of Code as a Mentor and has also been a MLH Fellow. He is actively involved in community work as well. He is a TensorflowJS SIG member, Mentor in OpenMined and CNCF Service Mesh Community, SODA Foundation and has given talks at various conferences like Github Satellite, Voice Global, Fossasia Tech Summit, TensorflowJS Show & Tell.

Cecelia Martinez
Ionic, USA

Cecelia Martinez is dedicated to building developer communities that are inclusive, constructive, and make software development a better experience for all. Her role as Developer Advocate for Appflow involves coding, writing, speaking, teaching, and most importantly listening. She is a lead volunteer with Women Who Code Frontend, chapter head of Out in Tech Atlanta, a mentor, and part of the GitHub Stars program.

Sergey Berezhnoy
Yandex

Sergey is a web developer actively engaged in the development of technologies and tools for creating websites. One of the two co-authors of the BEM methodology. Currently he responsible for developer relations, hiring and training in his company.

Niklas Abrahamsson
Webstep AB

Fullstack javascript developer focused on React / Node.js. Always up for a good challenge and learning new stuff. Spends a lot of time with Remix and on the padel court. Organizer of Remix Sweden meetup group.

Anton Nemtsev
Amazon
  • 21 years of frontend development. Results NSFW.
  • Independent developer for 16 years. Sold out to corporations.
  • Jack of all trades, master of none. More of the last part.
  • Founder and chief-editor of the Frontender Magazine. Failed miserably.
  • Speaker at international and local conferences. The further the local.
  • UA Web Challenge expert. Ex.
  • Magical talking bear prostitute.
Summertime JS festival in Amsterdam

JSNation Conference will gather 1000+ JS developers at Kromhouthal. Our new venue is a former ship engine factory, and we’re happy to dedicate it to the top JavaScript engine authors and engineers.

JSNation Conference will gather 1000+ JS developers at Kromhouthal. Our venue is a former ship engine factory, and we’re happy to dedicate it to the top JavaScript engine authors and engineers.

JSNation Conference will gather 1000+ JS developers at Kromhouthal. Our venue is a former ship engine factory, and we’re happy to dedicate it to the top JavaScript engine authors and engineers.

JSNation Conference will gather 1000+ JS developers at Kromhouthal. Our venue is a former ship engine factory, and we’re happy to dedicate it to the top JavaScript engine authors and engineers.

JSNation Conference will gather 1000+ JS developers at Kromhouthal. Our venue is a former ship engine factory, and we’re happy to dedicate it to the top JavaScript engine authors and engineers.

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Combo: JSNation + React Summit, Regular

Jun 1-2 (in-person), Jun 5-6 (remote)

730

In-person participation on June 1-2, remote on June 5-6

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60+ talks in addition to JSNation talks

2 more days of learning and fun

20+ React workshops

Access to venue & foodtrucks festival

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Instant access to talk recordings

The biggest JS party worldwide

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Physical swag package

JavaScript art exhibition

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Jun 1 (in-person), Jun 5 (remote)

420

In-person participation on June 1, remote on June 5

Access to venue & foodtrucks festival

In-person & remote networking

Speakers' meet & greets

Free remote workshops

Instant access to talk recordings

The biggest JS party worldwide

Remote tech discussion rooms

Certificates on conference / workshop participation

Physical swag package

JavaScript art exhibition

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Hybrid Attendance

10% discount

JSNation: in-person participation on June 1 & remote on June 5 for teams of 5+ ppl

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Jun 1 & 5 (remote)

17/month

Remote participation on June 1 & 5

Interactive video stream in HD quality

Remote networking

Interactive sessions with speakers

Free remote workshops

Instant access to talk recordings

Remote afterparty

Remote tech discussion rooms

Certificates on conference / workshop participation

Full remote access to React Summit, React Advanced, JSNation, Vue.js Live, Node Congress

Full remote access to TestJS Summit, GraphQL Galaxy, Remix Conf Europe, TypeScript Congress

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Jun 1 (in-person), Jun 5 (remote)

900

In-person participation on June 1, remote on June 5

All features of Hybrid Full Ticket

Full hybrid access to React Summit the same week – June 2 & 6

Also full hybrid access to Vue.js Live 2023, Node Congress 2023

Full remote access to TechLeadJS Conference 2023

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Full-access remote attendee gets

Free workshops

The workshop recordings will be shared after the conference

2x more content

Enjoy 2 days of talks from world renowned speakers

Enjoy HD streaming quality

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Get recordings straight after the conference

Others get it in a month

Hands-on workshops with field experts

SvelteKit, Deno, Vue3, Clinic.js, Web3 Apps, Module Federation, etc.

Speakers’ personal video rooms

Hang out with well-know JavaScript developers and ask them anything

Q&A Discord channels

Enjoy chatting with the speakers in Discord space

The biggest JS party worldwide

Who says that JavaScript is only for serious business? You can actually power an entire party by JS, and JSNation will show you how.

Amsterdam is known for its nightlife and all our attendees get an invitation to join in. If you get full access, you'll get to see various kinds of performances made with JS at the biggest JS party worldwide on June 2.

Aside from that, the extended program for in-person attendees will also offer a karaoke party and silent disco with music for everyone playing on 3 channels. So come hang out with your fellow devs in Amsterdam! Afterwards, on June 3, we'll explore the capital of the Netherlands together at walking tours and boat tours.

JS Open Source Awards

The main goal of this project is to shed some light on great open source projects that don’t receive enough attention on a regular basis.

We’re looking at OSS projects or initiatives following an open and transparent culture, especially those eager to collaborate and receive contributions from anyone interested.

GitHub stars are not our criteria, and we’re looking for hidden gems that may not have enough marketing power or huge companies behind them.

Nominations:
Breakthrough of the Year
Most Impactful Contribution to the Community
Most Exciting Use of Technology
Fun Side Project of the Year
Productivity Booster
Giving back to community

We try our best to make all our events accessible and inclusive for a diverse audience. Get in touch with us if you wish to support this initiative, and help us provide Diversity Scholarships for the underrepresented groups in tech.

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