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Call for Papers: JS Builders Meetup!

Hello JavaScript Enthusiasts!

I am thrilled to invite you to submit your speaker proposals for our upcoming JS Builders Meetup.
Whether you are a seasoned speaker or looking to give your first talk, we want to hear from you.

About JS Builders Meetup by Webcrumbs:

πŸŽ™οΈ JS Builders is a monthly online gathering to connect, inspire, and empower the JavaScript and web development community.
Our meetups focus on JavaScript, web technologies, open-source community, and front-end development.
It's a perfect platform to share knowledge, showcase your projects, and learn from other industry experts.

The meetup happens on the first Wednesday of each Month, at 4pm EST (6pm BRT, 10pm CET), and the first one will be on June 5th.

Session Format:
Each talk will be 25 minutes long, followed by a 5-minute Q&A session.

We're Looking For Talks On:

  • JavaScript (all flavors and frameworks)
  • Web Technologies (HTML, CSS, Web APIs)
  • Open Source Contributions
  • Front-end Development Practices and Tools
  • Case Studies and Success Stories in Web Development

Why Should You Speak?

  1. Share your expertise with a passionate community.
  2. Increase your visibility and network within the tech community.
  3. Get valuable feedback on your projects and ideas.
  4. Help nurture and grow the JavaScript and open-source communities.

How to Submit:

Please fill out the submission form available here.

Submission Deadline:
This is an ongoing meetup, so our C4P is always open!

We encourage submissions from speakers of all backgrounds and experience levels. ⭐

If you’ve never spoken at a meetup before, this is a perfect opportunity to start!
For any questions or further information, feel free to contact me at

We look forward to your proposals and to seeing you at our next JS Builders Meetup!

Want to watch our meetups?

Please subscribe on our Youtube, where the meetups will be streamed!

Thanks for reading,

Pachi πŸ’š

Top comments (1)

opensourcee profile image

So exciting!