16 July 2016 in Johannesburg
We think all conferences should be free from any form of harassment or discrimination and that everyone should feel welcome and safe in its space.
It's very easy to put something up on our site, but our intention is to actively enforce & live what our code of conduct represents. This is the harder part and we're open to discuss how we can improve.
Physical copies will be available at the event and we'll also cover it in the opening keynote so everyone is aware.
p.s. our venue is wheel-chair and guide dog friendly.
To have a common dialog and understanding, please take a look at our 2016 code of conduct.
The conference organizers and some of our diversity sponsors have budget allocated to assist a few people who would benefit from the conference, but may not have the financial means to attend.
Thanks to all the applicants. These sponsored tickets have been awarded.
Surround yourself with some of the best that South Africa's web fraternity has to offer.
After getting insight into many of the new technologies, you'll be in a good position to leverage these in your next project.
Bring your questions and get them answered by peers face-to-face.
This event will be a fantastic opportunity to make lasting contacts with potential new employees/co-founders/bosses
JSinSA is a vendor-neutral conference, so if you're a Ruby, .NET, or Node developer, you'll be at home and surrounded by experts in each of those fields. It's the perfect opportunity to chat with peers in the field and exchange ideas and techniques to broaden your knowledge.
Who should attend?
Anyone keen to learn battle-tested techniques and to see emerging technologies.
When and where?
Saturday, 16 July 2016 at The Focus Rooms in Sunninghill, Johannesburg
Here's our provisional agenda. Changes will occur as we finalize speakers and events for the day.
Fruit salad, assorted Danishes, chicken health rolls, tea & coffee
Intro by Simon Stewart
Making modern websites by Patrick Kettner
Time traveling with redux and reactjs by Tsatsi Mahase
The adventures of Gery and BB-8 - Finding the droid you are looking for with cylon.js by Gergana Young
Homemade biscuits, team & coffee
Riding the Angular 2 wave by Mike Geyser
Hybrid vs Native - confessions of a native developer by Jacques de Vos
Introduction to Promises by Katharine White
Startup pitch by Thabiso Mathebula & team from Khoyo
Lightening talk: Sisonke Rising by Theo Bohnen, Moral Jera
Managing complex user interfaces with component libraries by Garren Smith, Ben Janecke
Living on the edge.js by Duane McKibbin
Whole fresh fruit platters & hot popcorn
Feature toggle a JS App by Charlene Tshitoka
Getting started with React Native by Kudakwashe Murungu
VR interactions and JS by Rishal Hurbans
Lucky draw prizes & wrap up
Technical sessions covering some of the latest technologies and practices
Coffee, snacks during the day
Interested in getting your brand in front of 250 developers? Contact us and we can chat.