Tickets to the Cyberspace Edition™ of CascadiaJS are on sale. In order to ensure a great experience for everyone, we will cap the number of tickets that we sell. You can find more information about pricing and what comes with your ticket on our Ticketing page.
Call for Speakers
Every developer has a story. We'd love to hear yours.
Our CFP is open to both experienced speakers and those who have never given a big conference talk. The criteria we will use for evaluating submissions will be the same, and no added weight will be awarded to anyone just because they've spoken before. Some of the best talks given at past CascadiaJS events have come from first-time conference speakers.
Submissions close on May 15, 2020.
Digging Into Node
Kyle Simpson will spend a day Digging Into Node, including: building CLI tools (parameters, I/O, etc), file system operations, async, streams, HTTP handling, Express.js routing, SQLite databases, child processes and more.
It is our mission to create an online event that brings our community together, levels everyone up on building for the Web and helps everyone meet new people, try out new products and start thinking about what's next in their career.
This is a big lift and we can't do it without the support of sponsors. If your company is interested in supporting our community please reach out!
Code of Conduct
Everyone , including attendees, sponsors, speakers, and organizers - is required to agree to and follow our Code of Conduct. Inappropriate behavior or harassment of any kind is not tolerated. If you feel uncomfortable, are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of conference staff immediately. Conference Staff are identified by red STAFF badges. You can also send an email to email@example.com.