First members of the program committee: Sebastian, Madeleine, Marco and Martin

Please meet the first members of the Program Committee, the people who will shape the contents of this year’s edition. Talks are underway with more experts from the industry.

Thank you for your commitment, we really appreciate your hard work! Looking forward to meeting you @ #jskongress

For the last edition (JS Kongress 2017) we have received about 200 papers in the CfP and have been able to present a great program with the help of the committee: Please find 2017’s program here.

Currently, the Call for Papers (CfP) is open — we are looking for your talks until November 15 in this CfP form on Google — and we’re preparing the rating system where the program committee will enter their ratings later on. We will give you some insights into the process of talk rating in a later post.

Please welcome the first members of the Program Committee for JS Kongress 2019:

They have left some lines for you, not only applicable if you’re applying for your talk to be included in the program.

Madeleine Neumann

Madeleine is a web developer and also DevRel at 9elements in Bochum. For 9elements, she organizes the JavaScript Conference RuhrJS, the Meetups PottJS, and Facebook Developer Circle Ruhr and loves to meet new people. In her free time, she loves to draw, dance and sing karaoke (really bad, but does it matter?).

“Inspire the audience, share what you learned and let’s go!” — Martin Splitt

Martin Splitt

Martin is pretty decent at humaning and pretty good at computering,
so he decided to use his computering to improve his and other’s humaning.

He loves the open web and open source and helps to make things better with, but not limited to, code.

Sebastian Springer

Sebastian is a JavaScript developer at MaibornWolff in Munich. He loves to build amazing stuff with JavaScript.

“Keep your mind open for all the amazing new stuff 🦄 ” — Sebastian Springer

Marco is a trainer, coach and software developer from Germany. He co-organizes KanDDDinsky, a conference about the art of business software and founded the German DDD community in 2013.
Marco has an unhealthy relationship with Domain Driven Design, and won’t leave any stone unturned once you lend him an ear and sticky notes.

Marco Heimeshoff

“Software development is not about software…” — read Marco’s message

Get to know all members of our Program Committee in the second post “Our Selection Process and the Committee”

With that in mind, we are very curious to read of all your ideas for talks (submit here until the latest 2018–11–15). And looking forward to an inspiring edition of #jskongress.

Psst … Clever Bird Tickets are only available until the end of our CfP — be one of the clever birds and register now.