Next winter Minsk will once again become a gathering spot for amazing people of the front-end scene presenting hot topics and sharing their expertise and vision. Currently the agenda is still work-in-progress, but we can promise you two full days of delicious content: Workshop Saturday and Conference Sunday! We hope to treat you to talks in both standard-length and lightning format so we issue the Call for Papers at our full lung capacity! Workshops, presentations, lightning talks – we want it all at firstname.lastname@example.org (primary conference language is English).
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer @rauschma
Axel has been writing about ECMAScript 6 since early 2011.
Gabriel Mičko @gabriel_micko
Gabriel is working as a Front-end Developer Specialist for DoclerHolding based in Budapest. Mozilla Tech Speaker and enthusiastic voluntary at Hungarian Mozilla Community. He is interested in everything related to web. The world of open source impresses him as well. WebRTC geek, Firefox OS app hacker and devotee of the platform.
David Ferreira @daminufe
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Prashant Palikhe @prashantpalikhe
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Prashant is a front-end developer who likes to look under the hood of the tools that he works with everyday. On an attempt to understand why the code that he wrote behaved the way it did in the browsers, he came across a number of tools that the browsers provided which helped him gain clarity on those matters. He believes in "learning by sharing" which is why he enjoys giving talks on this subject to help others catch up with the latest and greatest of these browser tools.
Andrey Listochkin @listochkin
Andrey Listochkin is a full-stack web developer from Kiev with over eight years of experience building large complex web applications. He's a very active member of Ukrainian development community. He's a co-founder of dev-ua - the largest chat community for developers in Eastern Europe, - Node.js/iojs Ukrainian localization working group member, Ukrainian Rust community leader, KyivJS co-organizer and the member of Kottans.org - an IT education non-profit. Andrey regularly speaks at conferences in Ukraine and abroad, does training and workshops on Ember.js, Node.js, API design, etc., takes part in hackathons and programming competitions, both as a participant and a mentor.
If you are interested in speaking please submit a short synopsis to email@example.com. Talk proposals are accepted in Russian, Belarusian and English. The call for speakers will be closed on the 31st of December.
We offer simultaneous translation of all the talks to English or Russian. Headsets will be available free of charge, but we'll have to hold your passport or driver's license for the duration of the conference.
Minsk is the capital and the largest city in Belarus with population over 2 million. Minsk hosted IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship in 2014. See more
Stay put after the talks, we'll party hard right there at IBB, beer and snacks included.
Join our Slack channel: #rsconf
If you don't have access to frontendbelarus.slack.com, please, register here: http://frontendbelarus.herokuapp.com/
We would be happy to discuss any kind of partnership and gladly accept any help e.g. making contributions to our budget (speakers travelling expenses, venue/coffee breaks/afterparty organization etc.) or prizes (books, coupons, gadgets) to be awarded to the winners of contests & competitions taking place during the conference.
Here's what you can expect in return: