Call for Speakers

in 139 days

Frontendne 2019

event date

03 Apr 2019

location

Boiler Shop Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom


Want to give a talk at Frontend NE: 2019?

You're in the right place.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned veteran or this would be your first talk, if you have something you feel passionate about, we want to hear from you!

Thanks to our amazing sponsors we can also provide support for travel and accommodation for speakers outside of the North East.

As an extra Brucey Bonus, we'll even pay you for your troubles.

As far as topics go, as long as it’s related to frontend, we’re happy: From CSS to HTML, JavaScript frameworks to Web Components, testing to tooling, accessibility to performance.

Take a look at our past talks on our YouTube Channel for some inspo.

We'll be closing our call for speakers on January 3rd 2019 and will be contacting people the following month.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

01 Nov 2018

CfS closes at 1:26 PM

03 Jan 2019

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Some notes:

As far as topics go, as long as it’s related to frontend, we’re happy: From CSS to HTML, JavaScript frameworks to Web Components, testing to tooling, accessibility to performance. Take a look at our past talks on our YouTube Channel for some inspo.

Talks should be around the 40—45 minute mark.

We don't do Q&A as these have a habit of running over.

If you need a little help getting your talk into shape, we're here to help. Just get in touch with us on twitter or via email and we'll talk through your ideas with you.

We'll be closing our call for speakers on January 3rd 2019 and will be contacting people the following month.


travel

expenses covered

accommodation

expenses covered

event fee

free for speakers

Full travel and hotel fees for two nights are covered


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