RVA JavaScript Conf 2022

Richmond, VA November 17, 2022

https://www.rvajavascript.com/
Tags: Javascript, React, Vue, Angular, Other, Typescript

CFP closed at  June 18, 2022 03:59 UTC
  (Local)

What?

RVA JavaScript Conf is a one-day conference dedicated to all things JavaScript. 2022 will be the fourth year for RVA JavaScript Conf. Each year’s conference has been a great event with a sell-out crowd. We expect this year to be even better.

We are anticipating running 2 or 3 concurrent talks, at roughly 45 minutes each with 6 planned session times throughout the day. If you would like to have Q&A time, please incorporate into the 45 minute session time allotted. We are interested in any and all topics in the JavaScript ecosystem. Our audience will be several hundred JavaScript Developers, coming together to further their skills.

When?

Thursday November 17th, 2022

The schedule is not finalized, but all talks are expected to occur between 9:00AM and 5:00PM.

Where?

Dewey Gottwald Center at the Science Museum of Virginia Richmond, VA

There is ample parking on site. Please inquire for more information on public transportation options.

About the Organizers

RVA JavaScript Conf is run by a partnership between RVATech and a diverse team of volunteers in Richmond who share a common goal of bringing the developer community together. We are all developers and/or community organizers.

CFP Description

We are anticipating running 2 or 3 concurrent talks, at 45 minutes each with 6 planned session times throughout the day. If you would like to have Q&A time, please incorporate into the 45 minute session time allotted. Our audience will be several hundred JavaScript Developers, coming together to further their skills.

What Topics?

We are interested in any and all topics surrounding the vast JavaScript domain. Feel free to submit anything you think our audience would want to hear – or needs to hear. :) It can be something new and cutting edge or a fresh take on an old problem. We are looking for a diverse set of topics and do not plan to have specific tracks. The only restrictions are that it is relevant to our audience and conforms to the code of conduct.

Who Should Submit?

Everyone is encouraged to submit a proposal. Our primary goal is to have excellent sessions that inform and engage our attendees. Thus, the speaker selection committee will be favoring speakers who have a record of delivering excellent talks, but we also understand that everyone has to start somewhere. If you are a first-time speaker, please make sure your proposal is compelling and communicates why you are the right person to deliver it.

We are hoping to have speaker pool that is representative of our local developer population and showcases some regional talent, but we welcome submissions from anyone anywhere. If you have an idea for a session, please submit it!

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