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O'Reilly Creates Fluent, the JavaScript Conference: Call for Speakers Open

January 17, 2012

Submit a Proposal

Sebastopol, CA, January 17, 2012—JavaScript is everywhere today. It's become an important and full-fledged development language, and O'Reilly Media has created a new conference to give JavaScript developers an event of their own. The O'Reilly Fluent Conference explores JavaScript and beyond May 29-31, 2012 in San Francisco, CA.

The call for speakers is now open. Chairs Brady Forrest and Peter Cooper have organized the program around the tracks of Pure JavaScript, JavaScript in the Browser, Server-side Javascript, Mobile, and Ancillary Technologies (e.g. HTML5) and invite proposals on topics including, but in no way limited to:

  • JavaScript performance and optimization
  • Different JavaScript runtimes and environment
  • How to write modular JavaScript apps
  • Transcompiling other languages to JavaScript
  • JavaScript library development and deployment
  • Unit testing, TDD and BDD
  • ECMAScript and upcoming JavaScript features
  • Rich Internet Application tools and frameworks
  • Mobile app development
  • Graphics and game development using HTML5
  • Structural frameworks (e.g. Backbone.js, Spine, Knockout.js)
  • JavaScript running in native environments (especially on mobile)
  • JavaScript frameworks (e.g. jQuery, Mootools, Dojo)
  • Node.js and other server-side runtimes
  • JavaScript application and service deployment

Submit your proposal before January 31, 2012. Registration opens February 28, 2012.

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