JSConf US 2013 Call For Speakers
We still want to retain the our traditional speaker selection process, continuing our trend of spotlighting new ideas. As such, we have opened up a more traditional Call for Speakers form that will remain open until Friday, November 30th at 12:00PM EST. As we have always done, we are seeking out new ideas and concepts that push the boundaries of JS and the JS community. We welcome strange and unusual presentations as long as they remain within the boundaries of our well established Code of Conduct (http://jsconf.com/codeofconduct.html). We are looking for talks focused on all parts of JS, including but not limited to:

* Data Management
* Web Security
* MVC Frameworks
* Server Side JS
* Compile to JS Languages/JSVM
* Mobile Web
* Future of JS
* Education and Outreach of Computer Programming

Last year we tried a new approach, what we called an "inverse call for speakers". We are going to do that this year along with a traditional call for speakers. If you want to nominate a person and idea that you would like to see, you can submit that as well with the form above. If you are are the person submitting yourself, which is completely cool and encouraged, please mark your submission as "this is me", so we can write you back if your submission is or is not accepted.

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Speaker Name *
The name of the individual you would like to see or your name, if this is you.
This speaker's point of contact is *
Select a way that you know of this speaker and that we might come to know of them as well
To contact or see why I think they are great, use this: *
Must be the handle, url, or email address as specified in the previous question
It would be amazing to see this speaker present on the topic of: *
Can be general or specific, this will only be shared with the curation committee.
I have: *
How do you know of this individual?
I view this talk as this amount of crazy *
How crazy do you think this talk is in general. If you need examples of crazy, please review: http://blip.tv/jsconf
Could work at any conference
Can only work at JSConf
I would categorize this talk as: *
Help us out by picking the most appropriate category for this talk
We would be happy to also submit your talk to FluentConf (San Francisco, CA), would you like us to do so? *
This allows us to disclose this information to the FluentConf team.
If you have any follow up for me, the person submitting this, contact me at: *
Just in case you win the prize!!!         (note: there is no prize)
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