Convince Your Boss

8 Reasons to Make Them Say “Yes!” to attend JSCamp 2018

We all know why attending at least one annual developer event is a great idea. An opportunity to network, learn, share, present, raise profile, discover — the list of positive benefits attributes is long. On the minus side is expense and time spent out of the regular work environment. Travel, accommodation and registration fees can be hefty expenses and not everyone has an automatic budget for this kind of work. Workloads can topple out of balance when key members are away for even a handful of days.

We do our best to ensure that your experience at JSCamp is equal parts educational and engaging, so that when you leave you’re informed, inspired, and equipped with practical, ready-to-implement solutions to solve your company’s greatest challenges.

For this to be possible, you first need to convince your manager that it’s worth it. If you’re looking for help with that message, you’ve come to the right place.

Eight Reasons to Attend JSCamp:

And if you’re the manager, allowing your employees to get out of the office, gain confidence in their ability, and bring fresh ideas back to the business is just an investment in your own company.

We hope you’ve found these tips helpful! Help other readers of this blog post; please share any other methods below that you’ve found to be successful.

This blog was inspired by the three articles below. Check them out for more great tips on how to convince your manager to let you attend a conference:


JSCamp Barcelona 2019

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JavaScript & WebConference: workshops, technology, inspiration, the Web and networking. Learn about the latest trends, tooling & more! Barcelona 18–19 July 2019