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  • Offering you a big piece of the post-LAMP pie: keynote by Maria Shoaib

    Proudly presenting you the keynote-speaker of day 2: Maria Shoaib JavaScript is the biggest piece of the new, post-LAMP pie. It’s not only a front-end scripting language but a software stack game changer. The aim of the Opening Keynote on day 2 of #jskongress 2019 is to make people realize the (r)evolution in the software stack. […]

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    Voices from the Community

    #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 some awesome community people: Benedikt Meurer This was probably the best JS conference I attended this year, the in-deep track and […]

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    10 Reasons for JS Kongress

    … No, it’s not 10 beer 😃 But yes, there will be Bavarian Beer on Monday evening 🍻 The most useful and practical JavaScript tips and tricks for everyday work e.g. How To Combine Event Sourcing Architecture In Your Node.js Server by Tamar Twena or Mastering UIs with Finite State Machines by Rubén Sospedra Discuss […]

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    #jskongress for the Deaf Community

    Interpreter Christian (left) during the Keynote of JS Kongress 2016 We have confirmation — #jskongress 2019 is barrier-free for deaf people! Interpreter Christian will join us again, every talk at the JS Kongress main stage will be available in German Sign Language Feel free to get in touch if you are deaf or hearing-impaired, we would really like […]

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    Yeah! Full schedule online

    Only 34 days to go until the #jskongress is live on stage! Finally, we are able to present the full schedule — and we think it is worth waiting. These are our awesome speakers! Speakers of JS Kongress 2019: Rubén Sospedra, Keerthana Krishnan, Manfred Steyer, Mariko Kosaka, Rob Richard, Netta Bondy, Trent Willis, Maria Shoaib, Michael Hladky, […]

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    Diversity scholarship — Welcome to the (r)evolution of architectures!

    Welcome to the (r)evolution of architectures! It is our main goal for the JS Kongress 2019 (March 11–12) to have an inclusive event with a welcoming atmosphere where everybody feels welcome, so that people can connect, hang out, make friends — and all of this while learning about JavaScript and seeing beyond their own noses. Why are […]

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    Please welcome our 1st Time Speakers

    It’s our main goal for JS Kongress to enable a diverse and welcoming community JS Kongress 2019 is looking forward to having new speakers on the stage, and we are so excited to have them in the community! For the first time, this year we offer individual support for first-time speakers. Two 1st Time Teams […]

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    2019’s Program taking shape

    Some Speakers of #jskongress 2019 have already been announced A very inspiring and diverse line-up is being introduced these days, which has started last month … which was last year. At this point to all of you from the whole JS Kongress Orga Team: Have a great New Year 2019, filled with a lot of health […]

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    We proudly present: Sean Larkin is Keynote-Speaker for JSK 2019

    Our main goal is always to invite people who will push you to think about the JavaScript landscape in new and valuable ways. But we also want to bring in someone who will set the stage for the amazing JS Kongress you’re about to experience. Therefore we are very excited to present to you our […]

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    Our Selection Process and the Committee

    In one of our previous posts, we have introduced to you the first members of the Program Committee of JS Kongress 2019 — now they are joined by more members, that will review all your papers submitted in the CfP and create a selection for the program: Let’s give a big round of applause for these amazing […]

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    I was once told that a good MVC implementation…

    This is Anna’s message for presenters and thoughts on the 2019 motto “(r)evolution of Architectures”: I was once told that a good MVC implementation is unidirectional by default. Do you have an idea how such an implementation could look like? Or do you even have an implementation? We are confronted with multiple different opinions, problems […]

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