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Re: [trianglejs] Javascript Conferences

From: user 1.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 10:40 PM
Hello all,

During our meeting today we had a discussion on this subject. I want to continue this conversation, but I think Google+ is a better platform for this. Following is my ID for Google+. Please add me to your ΔJavascript circle and share yours so that we can continue this discussion on Google+:

https://plus.google.com/u/0/101058418629789184387

Thanks


On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 9:33 AM, Rebecca Murphey <[address removed]> wrote:
I organized the 2010 NCJS with the help of the yayQuery guys and some others, and while I had a great time doing it, I'm afraid I don't have plans to do it again in the foreseeable future. Conference organizing can feel like a full-time job, what with wrangling sponsors, speakers, venue, food, accommodations, travel, etc. It's fairly easy to break even, but unless you're sitting on a decent-sized bank account, cash flow can be a major problem until shortly before the event. As I think Lucas mentioned, there's also the matter of getting high-caliber speakers to speak at an event when there are so many competing events. 

All of that said, if anyone's seriously interested in doing something again in NC, I'd be happy to tell you a bit about my experiences if you'd like :)

Rebecca

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On Friday, July 22, 2011 at 3:16 PM, Roger Austin wrote:

I would love to see another JS conference like the one in Durham. I
had a great time at that one and was sad to see it not repeated. I
would go to a local one if someone decided to do it.

I just got this link from NFJS yesterday for one in Florida which
includes JavaScript sessions. <http://www.therichwebexperience.com/>

There are also the other JS conferences in larger cities and others
on the list know more than I about those. Unfortunately, the
registrations for those conferences and availability of tickets are
sometimes difficult.
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