Come to JSConf 2009

As you may know from previous posts, I am arranging JSConf 2009 which is shaping up to be one amazing conference focused around JavaScript in all forms. We have arranged some of the greatest visionaries and developers within the JS community from John Resig of jQuery to Jason Huggins from Selenium testing environment. This is an incredible opportunity for anyone doing web based development regardless of the language. JSConf 2009 will be held in Arlington, VA between April 24 and 25, 2009, which makes it a great local event for everyone in the region. The conference brings together 16 speakers to present on JavaScript development in the browser, mobile, desktop, and server environments. If you haven’t had much of a chance to do some deep JavaScript work, but have done Java development, this conference is the best way to learn from some of the best. Although many people don’t realize it, JavaScript can also be used to build thick client desktop applications. In addition, it is one of the only languages to successfully bridge object oriented and functional programming in a way that anyone can use it.

We are keeping the conference small and intimate so you will be able to interact with the speakers and attendees during the day and during the social events. The conference costs $450 right now for two days worth of speakers, breakfasts, lunchs, and a beer and wine tasting. If you are looking for more work, this conference has also drawn the attention of a lot of hiring employers who are looking for developers.

If you are interested in going, I would recommend getting your tickets soon at as they are selling quickly. For more information or other speakers, check the website at Thank you for your time and hope to see you at JSConf!