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NodeConf EU 2020

event starts

01 Nov 2020

event ends

04 Nov 2020

location

Kilkenny, Leinster, Ireland


About

Founded in 2012, NodeConf EU is now the premier event in Europe for the Node.js community. This is where visionaries, industry leaders and Node.js experts come together to collaborate and discuss the latest developments in Node in a positive learning environment.


Packed with the highest quality talks and workshops, at NodeConf EU you’ll hear from some of the top experts on all things Node and learn about how to collaborate and contribute to the Node project.


Join the Node family at NodeConf EU 2020 where you’ll have the opportunity to learn, ask questions, share your knowledge, problem-solve, network and have fun!


This year the conference returns to the medieval city of Kilkenny, Ireland. Kilkenny is the neighbour of Waterford – the world’s new Node.js centre of excellence and home of NearForm.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 9:00 AM

27 Feb 2020

CfS closes at 9:00 AM

27 May 2020

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NodeConf EU is now the premier event in Europe for the Node.js community. This is where visionaries, industry leaders and Node.js experts come together to collaborate and discuss the latest developments in Node in a positive learning environment.


In 2019 our talk topics came from a wide variety of topics including Open Source, Community, Wild Ideas, Full Stack, Node.js Core, Serverless, Adoption Stories and React. 


We welcome technical talks on 4 key areas: Node.js Core, Node.js Applications (use of Node.js in real applications), Node.js Community and wild ideas. Wild ideas can be anything in the IOT, Machine Learning, or Emerging Technology space and should have a Node.js tie in some way). Product pitches or "marketecture" type talks will not be accepted. Talks that just give a tutorial on how to use some commercial tool will not be accepted (those can be proposed as workshops).


If you’re interested in joining us on stage this year, either hosting a talk or a workshop, we would love to hear from you. 


Our Conference Format 

3 full days - Monday 2nd, Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th November 2020


7 talks each day -  30 minutes (this includes setup/intro by our MC) - Single track


4 Workshops each afternoon - These are a mix of community and sponsored 


Entertainment every evening - NodeConf EU entertainment includes non-alcohol related activities


Highlights from NodeConf EU 2019

280 attendees from 32 countries across 5 continents.

39 Speakers

21 Talks

11 Workshops


Most popular workshop (in terms of pre-registration numbers)

  1. Hands-On Intro to Kubernetes (and OpenShift) for JS Developers. Jan Kleinert and Ryan Jarvinen. 16:00-17:30
  2. Error handling: doing it right! Ruben Bridgewater. 
  3. Node.js Problem determination workshop with Diagnostic Report. Gireesh Punathil. 
  4. Node.js Code and Learn. James Snell. 
  5. Take your monolith to microservices with Fastify. Tomas Della Vedova and Matteo Collina. 


Most Popular talks (most viewed on social)

  1. Node.js Feature Live Coding - Anna Henningsen - 1.7k views
  2. Let it Crash - Julian Duque - 1.4k views
  3. A look at the NCEU Digital Badge - Gordon Williams - 1.1k views
  4. WebAssembly. What does it mean for Javascript? - Kassian Wren - 740 views
  5. A new thing for Node.js & Javascript - Chris Dickenson - 735 views


What’s included for speakers?

  • 4 nights accommodation at The Lyrath Estate from Sunday 1st - Thursday 4th November. 
  • International Travel to the value of €1,000
  • Travel within the EU to the value of €500
  • 3 day conference pass including all talks and workshops
  • Meals provided by the conference
  • External activities organised by NodeConf EU 
  • Conference goodie bag


For every speaker submission we will donate €1 to a local charity. Our charity partner to be confirmed. 


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