Call for Presentations - JSNation Conference, June 13 (in-person+remote) & June 17 (remote), 2024
Our 2-days, two-track conference covering the latest and greatest news and insights from the global JavaScript network is open to a very broad set of topics both for beginners and advanced JS people.

Join us and a group of internationally known JavaScript enthusiasts to share inspiration.

⚠️ IMPORTANT NOTICE: The conference will take place in a hybrid format, so we're looking for speakers who can either speak remotely or in-person. You can share your preference with us via the form.

Your talk topic should be relevant to the JS community and technologies around it, including (but not limited to):
  • Developer Tooling
  • ML / AI (tools (JS specific), developing with AI)
  • GPU
  • WASM
  • Engines
  • Frameworks
  • Technical case studies (migrations, merging code bases, refactorings, integrating new tools, etc)
  • Developer environments
  • Cloud Development Envs
  • Debugging
  • Soft-talks
  • UI (interaction with designers, creating UI libraries, design patterns, component best practices, avoiding anti-patterns, design systems)
  • System Design
  • Architectural Design Patterns
  • (JS/TS) Language Evolution
  • Performance
  • Security
  • Testing in production
  • a11y + internalisation
  • Build Tools (builders, linters, compilers, etc.)
  • Management (processes, teams collaborations, etc.)
  • Infrastructure
  • Analytics and Monitoring
  • "Exotic" platforms
Full talk length: 20 min.
Lightning talk length: 5-7 minutes.

Feel free to submit multiple talk proposals if you have a few ideas to share!

March 3 → Submission Deadline  
March 11-31 → Notification of Approval (we'll approve or decline every submission via email)
Small delays are possible, for any questions feel free to email us at

Please mind that all submissions are subject to the selection process. Every submission is carefully considered but just submitting a talk doesn't mean it will be automatically accepted. Our team retains complete control over the content and direction of the event.

If you buy a conference ticket and later get selected as a speaker, your ticket will be refunded.
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Email Address *
First & last name *
Please let us know what you're submitting?  *
Title *
Short presentation summary *
Tell the audience about your talk/workshop. Will be displayed on the website.
Talk/workshop description, table of the contents, etc. *
Tell us about your talk. Describe structure, table of contents and main content points of your message. It will help the program committee to evaluate your talk properly. 
Category *
Please pick 2-5 categories – they will be used as tags for your content on GitNation portal. That allows viewers to find relevant content easily. 
How would you prefer to present your talk?
Please, mind that if you choose in-person format, we cannot guarantee that your talk will be in-person.
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Previous talks
If you presented on conferences or meetups before, please share the links to your slides and recordings available online.
Country and city where you live *
A picture of you *
Link to your profile picture to be displayed on the website. Requirements: at least 800x800 pixels, preferably not a selfie, and it has to be a closeup (shows your face).
Short Bio (3-4 sentences) *
Your short bio to be displayed on the website.
X (formerly Twitter) URL
Github URL
Your website or blog URL
Company name and work title
In case you'll be in Amsterdam, do you have any diet/allergy?
What is your t-shirt size?
My company/employer could be interested in sponsoring the event
Sponsor packages description If yes, please leave us the contacts details of responsible person (email, phone number).
Would you consider presenting your talk in a Lightning Talk format?
In case your talk proposal won't be selected, please let us know if you would be interested in presenting it in the Lightning talks section (shorter version of the talk).
Code of Conduct *
All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at JSNation are required to agree with the following code of conduct:
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