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Soshace Becomes an Informational Partner of JS Nation in Amsterdam

Soshace Becomes an Informational Partner of JS Nation in Amsterdam

We’re greatly honored and proud to announce that we’ve become an Informational Partner of JS Nation Conference that happens on June 5-8 in Amsterdam this year.

JS Nation, the biggest web development conference in Benelux, is a 2-day event focusing specifically on JavaScript development. Exclusive workshops prior to the main event, general and Node.js tracks on a conference day in unique historical buildings in the heart of Amsterdam, and, of course, an afterparty.

This summer, the keynote is delivered by Kyle Simpson, a renowned author of You Don’t Know JS, a JavaScript Theologian and Open-First Developer.

The lineup of speakers is amazingly stellar: you’ll meet the best people at the forefront of web development and open source. The speakers include Henry Zhu, a core maintainer of Babel, Tobias Koppers, an author of Webpack, Andre Staltz, an author of Manyverse, Minko Gechev from core Angular team at Google, David Rousset, a Senior Program Manager from Microsoft, and more.

For the past several months, we’ve been assisting JS Nation with conducting interviews with these renowned speakers. You can read interviews hereinbelow:

Henry Zhu: Open Source Is About One’s Soul Searching and Moving the Whole Community
Nadieh Bremer, the Data Explorer: Numbers Are Much More Rational than Humans
Cycle.js Author André Staltz: The Day Programming Stops Being Fun, I’ll Look for Another Job
Angular’s Minko Gechev: I Still Experience a Rush of Dopamine When I Complete a Challenging Project
Kyle Simpson: I’ve Forgotten More JavaScript Than Most People Ever Learn
Tobias Koppers on Upcoming Webpack Updates: We Are Not Changing Just to Annoy Users
Google’s Web Security Researcher Krzysztof Kotowicz: Insecure Coding Is the Default
Matteo Collina & David Clements: Companies Should Enable Their Devs to Contribute Back to Open Source
Gleb Bahmutov: When I First Saw the Cypress.io Test Runner, I Knew It Was Special
Microsoft’s SPM David Rousset: Driving an Open Source Project Is Not Only About Writing Code But Making It Attractive

Check available workshops on June 6:
https://jsnation.com/workshops

See the full lineup of speakers for June 7:
https://jsnation.com/#speakers

Special thanks to Nikita Bragin, a founder of Soshace.com, and Denis Radin, best known as PixelsCommander, for making it all possible.

JS Nation and Soshace

JS Nation and Soshace


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