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JSTalks Bulgaria 2021

event starts

19 Nov 2021

event ends

20 Nov 2021


Sofia, Bulgaria


js.talks("Bulgaria"); is a community event that will take place on Friday and Saturday, November 19-20, 2021 for the seventh time in Bulgaria.

This call for speakers is for the free community days (19-20 of November, 2021)

The conference will be hosted at the Sofia Event Center. Stay in touch with the latest news - social links and contacts are below. Follow the buzz using #jstalks.

Various levels of sessions with different target groups and featuring some of the experts in the field. Join professionals and enthusiasts, learn something new and do some networking.

Our goals: 

  • 30 sessions in 5 tracks
  • 2500 registrations
  • 1700 attendees.

This is a completely free community event!

Become a speaker! Submit your session:

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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

21 Jan 2021

Call closes at 12:00 AM

04 Oct 2021

This event is in FLE Standard Time (UTC+02:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

JSTalks team will evaluate the sessions.
JsTalks team has no commitment to send explanation if session is not approved.

For the approved foreign speakers who travel we will be able to arrange a hotel with a room mate. 
This is a free event and we can cover only the hotel .

Speakers should agree: 

  • to use the conference presentation template
  • to not make marketing presentations, related to a specific company during the presentation.

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30 submissions
Submitted sessions
Pavlo Voznenko, Adrian Kuehlewind
  • Transforming a live TV show into interactive entertainment.
Viktor Ershov
  • Being Content(ful) with Gatsby
Християн Христов
  • BFF new BFF for your FE team
  • BFF new BFF for your FE team
  • NGRX centric apps
Maxim Salnikov
  • Native Web Apps: Are We There Yet?
Liwen Knight-Zhang, James Spencer, Liwen Knight-Zhang
  • NewsKit - Effective Modern Digital News Delivery
Svetlin Nakov, Svetlin Nakov
  • Automated testing of Android apps with Appium, JavaScript and Mocha
Momchil Jambazov
  • Animation for (better) digital products
Dobromir Dobrev
  • Bye bye thunks: fetching data with React Query
Anton Vidishchev
  • Developing a bot in Node.js and deploying it to Azure.
Minko Gechev
  • Performance Profiling with Angular DevTools
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Trifon Statkov
  • Building JavaScript backends that scale well with NestJS
Lyubomir Bozhinov
  • How to Build a House
Sam Aleksov
  • You stole the wrong car
Rosen Petkov
  • From greenfield to minefield and back
André Melancia
  • Hack The Planet (One Site At A Time)
  • Around the world with CosmosDB - An Azure Story
  • Accessibility in IT
Boyan Mihaylov
  • End-to-end testing for the busy developer: why, when and how
Teodor Stefanov
  • What is Graphql will it take over internet
Martin Chaov
  • Performance 101
Georgi Parlakov
  • When does my Promise Callback run?
  • Observables in Plain terms
  • Angular Performance
Ivan Vlaevski
  • Critical Theory for BI and Data Science
Radoslav Stankov
  • React component anti-patterns
Liwen Knight-Zhang
  • NewsKit - Effective Modern Digital News Delivery
Radu Vunvulea
  • Cloud security fundamentals - Developer View
  • The monster under the bed - Overengineering the cloud