What better way to kick off the week than with another speaker announcement. We have the pleasure to introduce your next JS Kongress 2017 Keynote Speaker Lin Clark. Lin is also famous for her awesome cartoon illustrated articles on her code-cartoons.com blog and on hacks.mozilla.org, if you haven’t already make sure to give it a read. […]Read more
Yep, Carmen Popoviciu will be joining us as your JS Kongress 2017 keynote speaker, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome her to our line-up.
Joining us from the the Netherlands: Carmen Popoviciu I think giving talks is, or should be, ultimately, about helping and inspiring other people. If we as speakers can do that, then we probably did something right. Carmen is a frontend engineer and a big smiley. She likes writing code and solving challenging puzzles. She became fascinated […]Read more
We have a confession to make: last year, as the conference wraps and everyone starts trickling out of the JS Kongress venue, we’re already planning next year’s conference. This is a good thing, an exciting thing. But when the time comes to start thinking about your next JS Kongress Keynote Speakers, we get the night […]Read more
The deadline for the call for contributions of JS Kongress is June 18 2018. So there is still time to submit something! This blog post gives tips. How to submit a talk There is still time! Note that it is not necessary to completely finish your talk before submitting it. It’s even useful to do that […]Read more
You may never have considered becoming a public speaker yourself, but there are important reasons for giving it a try: It is a skill that is often required in one’s professional life, especially in the ICT (information and communications technology) sector. Every time you explain something to a group of people, you are, in fact, […]Read more