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JavaScript or Frontend centric conference to attend in 2020?

nickytonline profile image Nick Taylor (he/him) Originally published at iamdeveloper.com on ・1 min read

The only conference I’ve ever attended was JBCN in 2016 for Java when I worked in Barcelona because my company at the time was a sponsor.‪

I’ve never been to a JavaScript or frontend centric conference before. If you were to pick one to attend, regardless of location and cost, which one would you choose?‬


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P.S. I’m also a fan of React, so the conference could be React centric.

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Yeah, I got some suggestions for you.
GitNation has an amazing set of conferences throughout Europe.

JS Nation Amsterdam
React Summit Amsterdam
React Advanced London
React Day Berlin

 

In Brazil we'll have the BrazilJS Conf - the biggest JS conf in the universe - probably in august

 
 

Geralmente a Conf é em Porto Alegre; e durante o ano agora tem as edições "On the Road" - tem em Manaus, Curitiba, São Paulo... No site tem mais informações -> braziljs.org/

 

I'm running one here in Orlando in February that has some really exciting speakers like Kyle Simpson and Estelle Weyl and is very affordable. flashback.dev/

 

JSHeroes
Open-Source Community Event in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Spotlights for 2020:

The past and future of JavaScript and the Web ecosystem
The impact of technology in society
The hardships of the day-by-day activities at tech companies

 

As a snowboarder, this conference looks interesting. 🏂

 

I highly recommend Connect.tech. I went this year and it was an absolute blast. So many great speakers and great people in the Frontend space. All in all a really great time

 

This year I went to Codeland in NYC and it was great!

 
 

I'm a bit biased but would give JSCAMP and CSSCAMP a try if you want to visit Barcelona next summer!