Please welcome Vanessa as a member of the JS Kongress 2020 Program Committee (PC). 👏👏👏 #jskongress was her first conference, now she will participate in the creation and design of the program because we are the conference made by the community for the community.
Upfront, we have asked her a couple of questions:
- Why are you looking forward to #jskongress?
- What do you think about or associate with the 2020 motto “Scaling JS — Pushing the Limits: Massive Platforms, Data-Driven Architectures, and Modern APIs”?
- What’s your vision for the program?
I would love to get as many inputs on various topics as possible. We only can evolve and get better if we listen to many people with different stories. I’m looking forward to getting to forget about my daily work and minor problems. Instead, I will be motivated by so many ideas from diverse people. I believe afterward I just won’t be able to wait to put my hands on the keyboards again and start to implement new ideas I would never have thought of without JS Kongress.
- Do you remember, when you got in touch with JSK for the very first time? What was the reason for it, or who?
- Do you have some motivation for all speakers and everyone who thinks about submitting their idea for a talk?
- You are living and working in Munich. Do you have some secret tips for everyone participating JS Kongress, what they need to see, where to eat, or beautiful spots to have a walk (or others)?
A beautiful spot to walk/run in the morning or evening is up to the Olympiaberg. If you want to have another good view of the city, you should go to Café Vorhoelzer. It’s on the roof terrace of the TU Munich including an amazing barista. Speaking of coffee: man versus machine is the place to go. Vegans will have a good time in Munich, Max Pett for a very good evening or the Katzentempel (“Cat Temple” — yes, with real cats). The Viktualien Market is either the most touristic or just the most Munich place in Munich. I still haven’t decided yet, but I like to go there and visit “der verrückte Eismacher”. Of course, you don’t want to miss the culture, maybe you will like the beer and oktoberfest museum. Last, but not least: The Eisbach Wave where at least one surfer will be, no matter how cold it is.
The Call for Papers of #jskongress 2020 is open until October 15 — we are looking forward to reading your ideas on https://sessionize.com/js-kongress-2020
Find the FAQ on our Call for Papers on https://medium.com/@jskongress/cfp-faq-first-members-join-program-committee-8fec626a1ce0
As well we are looking for your idea for the #DeepTrack. Everyone with a ticket can participate, all attendees create the program together: https://github.com/JSKongress/JS-Kongress-Munich-Deep-Track