Despite the easing of the coronavirus restrictions in both the Netherlands and the European Union, mass events have still not been allowed in Amsterdam and there are currently no tentative dates for updates to the policy. At the same time, many of our community members from outside of the EU can’t enter the bloc and won’t be able to do so for the coming months. That’s why, rather than organize a JSNation in a strictly limited in-person format, we've decided to reschedule JSNation for 2022.
We’re looking specifically at open source projects or initiatives, with or without a code, but following an open and transparent culture, open for collaboration and contributions from any person interested.
Github stars are not our criteria, and we’re looking for hidden gems (non yet maintstream), that may not have enough marketing power or huge companies behind them. The main goal of the project is to shed some light on great projects, that weren’t enough noticed in a competitive environment and hype.
to the community
When we established our JS meetup 9 years ago, we never imagined we would welcome up to 1400 attendees at our events and organize 4 meetups and multiple spin-offs in Europe. Our secret? We welcome people from all walks of life in our community, and we are a proud partner of initiatives like Unicorns in Tech, the global tech network for LGBT professionals and straight allies.
We know that supporting diversity inside and outside IT must not end at mere statements, which is why are now developing diversity scholarship programs that will be announced in the coming weeks.
En route back home after fun few days @ #JSNation! Each time I come to a conference like this, it reminds me why I freaking love coding so much 💖— Darren (@MrDarrenV) June 9, 2019
Until another time 👋
The best part of a conference: hanging out with @wSokra @merelyAnna @merelyChristina at the #JSNation after-party (which led to another after-after-party 😆)! Thanks for the great talks (on stage & in-person)! pic.twitter.com/Zx040I4yv2— Darren (@MrDarrenV) June 8, 2019
Going home after #JSNation. Awesome conference. So many staff to think about. Highly recommend this event.— Тихий Бес (@SilentImp) June 7, 2019
Enjoy guys 😁 pic.twitter.com/Boobp0EyGY
So cool to be at #JSNation 😁Awesome things to (re)discover like DOM security, @Cypress_io @webpack, functional programming and many more! Proud to be a part of this nation 😊 pic.twitter.com/nVp7pivnZM— Thomas BERTRAND (@ttbertrand) June 7, 2019
by far the best thing about conferences for me is how they allow you to meet a range of the most interesting and diverse people. thanks @neontribe for the opportunity and @amsterdamjs for running the event #JSNation— Oliver Barnwell ❄️ (@OB6160) June 7, 2019
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