Speaker Mentorships - JSNation Conference, June 5, 2020
Our full-day, 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 developer.

Join us and a group of internationally known JavaScript enthusiasts to share inspiration and spend a great, summer day in a unique Amsterdam location.

This year, we decided to start a speaker mentorship program catering specifically to people from groups that are underrepresented in tech. That includes but is not limited to:

* women & non-binary people
* people of color
* LGBT+ folks
* people with disabilities

Your talk topic should be relevant to the JS community and technologies around it, including (but not limited to):

* New JS features
* JS frameworks: Vue, Angular, React
* Performance optimizations
* Progressive Web Apps
* WebAssembly
* WebGL
* Testing
* Node.js and other JS environments
* Tooling and case studies
* Accessibility

Before submitting your application, please consider what kind of talk format you would prefer based on the following available slots:

* 2 regular talks - 30 min, no Q&A
* 2 lightning talks - 5-7 min, no Q&A
* 2 pre-conference meetup talks - 20-30 min, Q&A possible and the Meetup is usually held 1 day before the conference

Talk submission form will be open until 29th of February. Afterwards our committee will analyze all the submissions and assign mentors.

Email address *
First Name *
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
Are you a first-time speaker? *
Why would you like to receive the mentorship? *
Your answer
Preferred talk format *
Presentation title *
Your answer
Short presentation summary *
Tell us about your idea for a talk.
Your answer
Talk description and abstract
If possible, please provide details of your planned talk. Describe structure, table of contents and main content points of your message.
Your answer
Country and city where you live in *
Or where from you will travel to Amsterdam.
Your answer
Bio *
Your answer
Your answer
Code of Conduct *
All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at JSNation are required to agree with the following code of conduct: https://jsnation.com/coc
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