New speaker: Sayanee Basu

Sayanee Basu will be presenting at JS Kongress Munich 2016. She is a very talented and engaging speaker and her expertise spans from all kinds of hardware to JavaScript, which makes her an excellent fit for this year’s JS Kongress. Read more about her on her speaker page.

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Why you should try public speaking

You may never have considered becoming a public speaker yourself, but there are important reasons for giving it a try: It is a skill that is often required in one’s professional life, especially in the ICT (information and communications technology) sector. Every time you explain something to a group of people, you are, in fact, […]

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Tips for submitting a talk to a conference

The deadline for the call for contributions of JS Kongress is May 15. So there is still time to submit something! This blog post gives tips. How to submit a talk There is still time! Note that it is not necessary to completely finish your talk before submitting it. It’s even useful to do that […]

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New speaker: Jake Archibald

Presenting JS Kongress Munich speaker Jake Archibald. It is great to have Jake as a speaker at Kongress Munich 2016. His candidness and humor make his tweets entertaining even when he isn’t writing about tech stuff. Web-wise, he is a driving force behind the push of bringing the web closer to native (via faster performance, […]

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New speaker: Jan Lehnardt

Presenting JS Kongress Munich speaker Jan Lehnardt. We are happy to announce that Jan will speak at JS Kongress Munich 2016. He was instrumental in creating *the* original European JavaScript conference JSConf EU and continues to do important social and technical work for the web community. Read more about him on the JS Kongress website:

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Sponsors & Partners

Our amazing supporters help us keep tickets affordable, organize great workshops and welcome our attendees. If you want to be one of them this year, contact us: sponsoring(at)

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