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JS/web/dev talk proposals for SXSW 2014

From: Carter R.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 9:45 PM
Hey SeattleJS,

SXSW (that little tech conference in Austin) is currently running a community voting process for panels that people have submitted for consideration. I'm sure most of you have noticed that SXSW has gotten less and less technical over the years. This is unfortunate because Austin has a very vibrant developer scene and the festival still attracts some great people and companies.

However, I have noticed that some developers have submitted some pretty great proposals. You can sift through the proposals here. I submitted a proposal called People, Robots and Learning to Code which you can read more about here:

If you have submitted a proposal and would like to enlist the support of the JS community here in Seattle, please shoot me an email. I will compile a list of submitted proposals and share them with the entire list. Thanks!

Carter Rabasa
Developer Evangelist Manager for Twilio
Instigator of CascadiaJS, SeattleJS, Seattle Hacks & Sports Hack Day
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