Core library authors. Hands-on learning. The future of JS.
Head of Developer Experience at Netlify, Vue core team member, and Staff Writer at CSS-Tricks. Sarah is formerly Principal Lead of Emerging Markets, Cloud Advocates at Microsoft and Manager of UX & Engineering at Trulia/Zillow Group. She’s the author of SVG Animations from O’Reilly and has given Frontend Masters workshops. Sarah is a co-organizer of ConcatenateConf, a free conference for Nigerian and Kenyan developers.
Charlie is a front-end developer at Netlify, a Mozilla Tech Speaker and Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies. She is passionate about creative coding and building interactive prototypes mixing science, art and technology. She also spends time giving back to the community by mentoring new developers, contributing to open-source projects, and speaking at conferences.
Programmer and artist who works frequently with open-source software, cartography, live coding, and experimental interfaces. She is the developer of Hydra, a platform for live-coding visuals inspired by analog video synthesis. She works with the performance laboratory ATI-erra, creating interactive visuals for dance and theater. She has also created software and interactive installations for CultureHub Art & Technology Center, el Museo de Bogotá, and Oakland Museum of California. Originally from San Francisco, she currently lives and works in Bogotá, Colombia.
Member and Chairperson of the Node.js Community Committee, and a contributor to multiple Node.js working groups and initiatives focusing on the continued growth and success of the Node.js community. He is a Regular Member of the OpenJS Foundation Cross-Project Council, and a TC39 delegate. He has been contributing to open-source since he was 16.
Romulo is a Senior Software Architect at Caixabank
Technology enthusiast, working in Software development and Architectures for more than 10 years. Contributor in Open Source projects, TC39 and blogger in part-time.
His main goal is to have a more democratic technology and empower developers, teams and companies mostly in the financial sector to build better products. His main focuses are the Web, Mobile and Cloud. He loves and advocates for the future of the internet and decentralised technology culture where all the globe is connected.
CFP is open until 29th FebruarySubmit proposal
Bruce Lawson is freelance web standards and accessibility consultant. He was co-editor of the HTML5.3 specification, one of the inventors of the
Floor studied design, worked in advertising, then worked with a bunch of start-ups in product and community roles, learned how to program (Ruby), (co)organized countless tech conferences, meetups and workshops, ran a co-working space and start-up accelerator in Vienna, before moving back to the Netherlands and getting back into developer relations.
React focused developer, working on a Design System at Albert Heijn (Dutch supermarket). Started out writing ActionScript, did jQuery and thus has all sorts of knowledge on deprecated stuff. Part of a frontend development couple that produced a kid.
Joonas Salovaara is a Principal Consultant and team lead at Reaktor Amsterdam. He is an advocate of the meetup scene, where he helps run AmsterdamJS, HelsinkiJS, and React Helsinki.
Aleksandr is a Frontend Developer with 6 years experience. He is a member of JSNation Program Committee and an active member of Saint-Petersburg local meetup scene. He is passionated about games development, visualization and other graphics stuff.
And, of course, the conference wouldn’t be complete without an afterparty! Amsterdam is known for its wild nightlife and all our attendees get an invitation to join in.
AliceEffekt is formed by Devine Lu Linvega, a true digital nomad and a polymath working on a series of experimental tools and applications. Devine has created a set of live coding tools for rapid iteration and creation of rythms based on Node.js. His latest creation: ORCA is a full blown text based sequencer with impressive cappabilities and distinct aesthetic that engulfs the user in a textual fashion rarely seen in live performance.
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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