Call For Papers New York

International Javascript Conference | September 27 - 30, 2021—New York or online

Dear iJS speakers, friends and everyone interested!

We are still in the worldwide pandemic and at the same time we are sending you a call for papers for our International JavaScript Conference New York. But let us explain why we are writing to you.

Last year we had to cancel the conference due to the pandemic without being able to confirm an alternative date. This we regretted very much. But in the meantime, we gained a lot of experience with our successful hybrid and remote conferences in Europe (including IJS London and IJS Munich).

So, this year we plan to hold the International JavaScript Conference in New York in any case; be it as a hybrid conference (attendees can choose to attend on-site or remote, speakers can also choose to present their talks on-site or remote) or, if circumstances require it, as a remote only conference.

The good news is: either way, IJS New York will take place at the announced date!

The iJS New York will consist of two workshop days and two conference days with 45min presentations.
Below is an overview of the topics that we would like to cover.
But if you have any other suggestions that further complement the range of topics outlined below, please let us know; we are happy to have your inspiring ideas in our conference program.
If you already know that you want to join us remotely please leave a note in the info box when submitting your talk, so that we can plan accordingly.
Also, please be aware that the conference, even if it is remote, is scheduled in EST.
Please send us your proposals by 22 March 2021.

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Topics

    • Angular
    • React
    • Node.js
    • JavaScript Practices & Tools
    • Progressive Web Apps

iJS New York – overview

We are looking forward to your exciting submissions and if you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact:

Petra Loibl: ploibl@sandsmedia.com

Stay healthy!

The International JavaScript Team

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