Dear JSNation community,
The coronavirus restrictions might have been eased in both the Netherlands and the European Union, however, large-scale events like JSNation have still not been allowed in Amsterdam and it’s currently unknown when the authorities plan to make updates to the policy.
Dear JSNation community,
We announce that due to the coronavirus situation in the Netherlands, JSNation has been officially postponed to September 10, 2020.
Despite many months of hard work and preparations for the conference, we’ve been forced by the circumstances to give up on the original dates of the conference and decided to move the event.
Our team has already booked the original venue for the later date, and the program is going to be outstanding and you can still count on the original numbers of speakers and attendees.
We will keep you informed about any organizational changes as soon as possible. …
Thinking about attending JSNation, but your manager needs just a little bit more persuasion? We’ve prepared a neat template that you can use. Good luck!
I’d like to kindly ask for your approval to attend JSNation 2020 that will be taking place in Amsterdam on June 3–5. There are many conferences out there, but I’ve picked this one because I feel that the insights and learnings presented and discussed there are exactly what our team needs in our company to get more efficient, stay ahead of competition, and avoid unnecessary costs.
Tech should be here for everyone, and everyone should feel welcome in the field. Unfortunately, that’s not always the reality. We would like to do our best to change that, and that’s why we’re going to give away a number of Diversity Scholarships for the upcoming JSNation Conference happening on June 5, 2020.
We'd like to thank everyone who participated and showed their creative code!
Marpi / @marpistudio / San Fransisco, United States
Tim Rodenbröker / @timrodenbroeker / Paderborn, Germany
Field.io and Damien Mortini / @damienmortini / Paris, France
Alice Stewart and 72andSunny / @alicestew_art / Amsterdam, Netherlands
Kostya Ostroukhov / @Kostrodesign / Yekaterinburg, Russia
Kieran Nolan / @Kierannolan / Cavan, Ireland
Ivan Iovine / Frankfurt am Main…
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Hi, I’m a computer programmer from Copenhagen, Denmark and I’m really excited to join you all in Amsterdam for JSNation. I work for Elastic, the company behind Elasticsearch, Kibana, and Logstash where I work on Node.js …
To make sure you enjoy the conference days (June 5–8) as much as you can, we’ve prepared a quick guide you can follow to easily get around.
We recommend you install the local navigation app called 9292 (available in App Store / Google Play Store) — it is very easy to use and provides real-time updates on your selected route, should there be any disruptions or traffic jams.
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Sure! Even though I studied Computer Science, I have always had a bit of a creative streak. My first job in this industry was actually as a designer. Even though it was a great experience I was not entirely awesome at it, so I started to move to the developing side of things and as time went on I realized that my home was in the intersection of the two disciplines. …
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