FullStack, the Node and JavaScript Conference: Call for Papers

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The Call for Papers (CfP) is now open for the FullStack Conference.

We are excited to present FullStack, a brand-new conference in the JavaScript and Node space. The conference will feature three main tracks; NodeJS, JavaScript, and Hackable Electronics.

As with our other conferences, we aim to have between 25-50% of talks targeting newcomers. Contiguous to these sessions, we are also looking for talks on:

  • Web Audio
  • WebRTC
  • Internet of Things
  • Work/project experiences using JavaScript or Node
  • AngularJS 2

If you work on a library/framework we also invite you to bring a demo. If you are working on or know of some exciting hardware, we would also love to have it as part of our hackable electronics space.

But don’t let this list limit your imagination! If you have anything that odd and quirky that you think will keep us all amused and make the crowd smile, then head through to the CfP using the link below to submit your ideas!  All talks should be around 45 minutes (aim to talk for 35 to 40 minutes and 5 to 10 minutes for questions). The selection will be made by the programme committee on the basis of making this as varied and interesting an event as possible. All speakers will receive a complimentary ticket to the conference.

If any of the above sounds like you then head across to the CfP submission page now! If you have any questions, please contact fullstack@skillsmatter.com.

The CfP will close on Sunday 14th September, and successful presenters will be contacted the week commencing September 21st.

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