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  • Carolyn Stransky joins the line-up as keynote speaker

    Carolyn Stransky, keynote speaker of #jskongress 2020 We are so happy, that she confirmed her participation and will be your keynote speaker for JS Kongress 2020. Please welcome: Carolyn Stransky 🙌 🙌 🙌 Carolyn (she/her) is a frontend developer, Mozilla Tech Speaker and co-organizer of BerlinJS … read more in her speaker profile >>> We are very […]

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    Proudly presenting Aisha Absia: first keynote speaker of #jskongress 2020

    Aisha Absia, keynote speaker of JS Kongress 2020 We are delighted to announce your first Keynote Speaker for JS Kongress 2020. Please give it up for Aisha Absia 👏👏👏 Aisha has 10+ years’ experience in EMEA. Last year she fulfilled a life-long dream and combined her passions: Africa, technology and youth empowerment … read more in her speaker […]

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    JS Kongress 2019 — Mood Video

    (just a screenshot, you can find the playable video below) That was #jskongress 2019, 📽️ a recap in image and sound (with captions). #ThrowbackThursday Thank you all for a great JS Kongress 2019! 🙏 🙋 See you next year: JS Kongress 2020, April 15–16 in Munich Join us, become a part of #jskongress: 💡 What’s your […]

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    JSK 20 opens Call for Papers

    JS Kongress 2020, April 15–16 | Scaling JS — Pushing the Limits: Massive Platforms, Data-Driven Architectures, and Modern APIs 🎉 JS Kongress is back in Munich from April 15th — 16th. 🙌 Today, we are pleased to announce the JS Kongress 2020 Call for Papers: Join us, and let’s watch out for solutions and best practices. The CfP is open […]

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    Interested to learn something new?

    JS Kongress work hard, play hard Why you should clearly answer this question with “Yes”: avoid hours of debugging increase your value as a Developer ask individual questions that are hard to google solve challenges, that are hard to explain on StackOverflow Some of the topics, that we are able to offer in collaboration with experienced […]

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    Voices from the Community v2019

    #JSKongress is the JavaScript event handcrafted with 💙 for the community — from the community. JS Kongress Munich is organized by a team that is deeply rooted in the JavaScript community. We got this feedback from these awesome community people: Vannsl @vannsl Frontend Developer & HCI / Product Engineer at SinnerSchrader / Vue VixensMunich City Coordinator The […]

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    thanks to all our amazing partners

    a round of applause please for our Gold partner StarNode 👏 Our amazing partners help us keep tickets affordable, organize a great community experience and actively do support diversity in tech. If you want to be one of them, contact us via partner@js-kongress.com. At #jskongress 2019, our partners brought us a lot of fun — not at least […]

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    A picture is worth a thousand words

    the #jskongress 2019 schedule in pictures — #throwbackthursday First of all, a huge thank you to the Program Committee! 🙏 They did a great job and selected fantastic speakers, they have put together this interesting and inspiring program of wonderful parts: Welcome to Day 1! Sign Language Interpreter Christian and Master of Ceremonies Courtney welcoming the crowd, […]

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    Session Recordings from March 2019

    First videos of JSK19 already on our YouTube channel: “Future JavaScript” by Axel Rauschmayer, “frontend engineering at scale” by Nadia Makarevich, “Understanding webpack from the inside out” by Sean Larkin [Last updated May 10] All videos of #jskongress 2019 will be available for free and in full length. First sessions are already available, and more recordings […]

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    #jskongress 2019 in sketches and slides

    Thanks to the community, there is a visual schedule for the 2019 edition. Please find here a link to the slide collection, and sketches explaining the content of the talks. Sketch notes by Nabeelah Ali on Mariko Kosaka’s talk “Developing web platform features” Slides from #jskongress 2019 Sebastian Eck (@codeshambles on twitter) started a slide […]

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    The #JSKongress feeling

    Impressions from JS Kongress 2017: band 9Volt with interpreter, clinking glasses on the day 1 evening, finale on day 2, the Orga-Team (from left to right) It will be a great feeling once more to “go live” at the Alte Kongresshalle next Sunday evening after a set-up day. With this picture in mind, hurrying to the […]

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