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LibertyJS is coming into it’s forth year and in order to make it the best year yet, we are looking for a diverse, inspiring, enlightening and entertaining crew of Speakers and Workshop Facilitators!
We will be accepting proposals until Wednesday, August 9th, at 11:59PM EST.
The conference will be held November 16 & 17 at the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Center City, Philadelphia.
Talks will be allocated 40 minutes. When planning your talk, if you would like to take questions, please factor this into the allotted 40 minutes.
In order to submit a talk you will need to provide us with:
A title of your talk An abstract that will be shown to the public if your talk is accepted Details you provide about the content and flow of your talk and why it’s important The experience level your talk is geared towards (beginner, intermediate, advanced) Your name An email address to contact you Your Twitter handle (if you would like it posted to our website) A picture you would like us to use on the website We will be conducting our first round of proposals reviews in a blind fashion. Please refrain from disclosing personal details in your title, abstract and talk details!
We are also looking for workshop proposals. Workshops can be on any JS topic of your choosing, but some that we are looking for are:
AngularJS 2.0 EmberJS React Polymer Redux Progressive Web Apps
If you’re selected to speak or run a workshop at the conference you will receive:
A ticket to the conference A ticket for a guest A special speaker gift NOTE: If you are accepted as a speaker and have already purchased a ticket, we’ll refund it, 100%. So don’t wait, be sure you have a seat either way!
Unfortunately as LibertyJS is still a community run local conference with a limited budget and we will not be able to provide any reimbursements for travel or accomodations.
LibertyJS is committed to providing a safe and inclusive conference for ALL our attendees and expects ALL our speakers and attendees to abide by our Code of Conduct.
Questions? Don’t hesitate to tweet at us: @LibertyJS