The JavaScript community will meet on 3rd of June in Bucharest!

JSCamp, the first local event in Romania, dedicated to the JavaScript community, is an event that will bring together the international and local experts in JavaScript, to share the secrets of the “most popular web programming language.”

The first event about webdesign, organized by Evensys last year, SmartWeb Conference, received a lot of appreciation from the local and international practitioners from countries such as Germany, Bulgaria and Hungary.

The positive feedback from the web community, have determined the launch of the first edition of JSCamp, which will offer the newest trends in web design and front-end development. The first edition of JSCamp Romania will take place on June 3, 2014, at JW Marriott Grand Hotel and will bring together the international and local experts in JavaScript.

JSCamp Romania will include four sessions of intensive conferences about web development trends, case studies and international experiences, open web technologies, methodologies and tools for advanced. We will enjoy the presence of two of the best experts in JavaScript, Robert Nyman, Technical Evangelist, Mozilla and Vince Allen, Software Engineering Manager, Spotify.

Robert Nyman, is a Technical Evangelist for Mozilla and the Editor of Mozilla Hacks. He’s a strong believer in HTML5 and the Open Web, has been working since 1999 with Front End development for the web – in Sweden and in New York City. He regularly also blogs at, tweets as @robertnyman and loves to travel and meet people. His speech will cover different thoughts and experiences that we go through when developing, and try to make us think about our approach and technology choices.

Vince Allen is a software engineering manager at Spotify in New York City. He’s been designing and programming for almost 20 years and devotes most of his spare time to FloraJS, a JavaScript framework for creating natural simulations in a web browser. In his talk he will present how to use JavaScript as creative tool to build Braitenberg Vehicles and other natural simulations in a web browser.

Other speakers confirmed at the event are:

Martin Kleppe, Co-founder and Head of Development in the company Ubilab, a company that develops applications based on Google Maps API; Sebastian Golasch, Specialist Senior Manager Software Developer at Deutsche Telekom, over time developed applications with JavaScript, PHP, Ruby; Phil Hawksworth, R / G, JavaScript developer that specializes in developing websites since the late ’90s; Patrick H. Lauke, Accessibility Consultant, The Paciello Group; Tero Parviainen, Independent Software Specialist with over 12 years experience; Kenneth Auchenberg, Technical Lead at Citrix GoToMeeting Free at Citrix.

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