far, far away...
right to Houston.
What is Space City JS?
- Matt Keas, Instructor from The Iron Yard
- Jonathan Birkholz, Organizer of houston.js
- Amanda Shih, Organizer of Rails Girls, Node bots, and other Houston development activities + groups
Here, we are working to energize the Houston scene by sharing the talent that our growing city has to offer with the world, and bringing some of the world here to Houston.
Our goal is to educate and move Houston's developer scene forward by facilitating the networking opportunities and lessons-learned that conferences provide.
Why Should I Attend?
Here's what the conference will have to offer to attendees:
- Technical topics and practical guidance you can't find anywhere else
- World-class speakers delivering future-focused sessions
- An overload of inspiration
- A rousing after-party to unwind at after an amazing day of sessions
- Coffee breaks
Tickets are on sale for a limited time on a first come first serve basis. So get them while you can... snooze you lose. :-)
All tickets include:
- breakfast and lunch
- access to after-party
- conference "schwag"
When and Where Will It Be Held?
- Successful implementations from a project or product
- Developing mobile web applications, and one-size-fits-all codebases
- Working with UI, UX, interactions, graphics, and media
- Successful implementations of games and game frameworks
- Successful uses of client side MV* libraries and frameworks, and the gotchas associated with them
- Editing, visualizing, and efficiently working with lots of data
The deadline to submit ended on Saturday, December 13th, 2014.
We need volunteers on deck to help us make this day amazeballs. Want to be a volunteer? Send your info to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to include:
- your name,
- any specialty skills around A/V, technical support, etc that you have,
- any ideas you may have for us to help,
- and your t-shirt size!
Volunteers of course will have a free ticket, but we'll only accept 12-18 people; so if you have any interest in helping, please let us know as soon as possible!
- coffee, tacos, registration
Want to sponsor?
We want to put your brand and your product in the hands of the professional Houston community, and if you get in touch with us, we would love to make your company one of the few who's products and brands that we share with our audience.
We want your brand and product to actually connect with the Space City JS audience. We work with you to figure out how to do that effectively for everyone.
Interested? Please contact us (email@example.com).
Conference Code of Conduct
We have been lucky each year to have an event filled with kind and respectful people. This event is run by a family and we consider all attendees our new friends. That said, we would like to make sure that we will not tolerate harassment of any kind. We will deal with any complaint swiftly and professionally. Got an issue? Contact us.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your specific interview request, deadline and press outlet for which you are on assignment. We will do our best to accommodate all requests. In order to meet press deadlines, advanced notice is always appreciated.
No refunds... sorry! Please gift your ticket to a co-worker or friend. (See our Substitution policy for details.)
Tickets are transferable without a fee by sending an email to email@example.com. This must be done prior to close of business on Feb 1, 2014. Attendees must have a badge with their name on it. Badges will be checked throughout the conference.
YOU MIGHT BE PHOTOGRAPHED, VIDEOTAPED AND/OR BROADCAST ON OUR WEB SITES WITH NO COMPENSATION. By attending Space City JS, you waive any injury or talent claims whatsoever and accept these terms and conditions. Specifically, you claim no copyright interest in your image if used as part of any websites, any video images, or any promotional materials for Space City JS or others. By purchasing a badge, you hereby RELEASE ALL BROADCAST & TALENT RIGHTS.
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I'm interested in speaking at SpaceCityJS. Who can I talk to?
I want to be a speaker. What should I be prepared to do?
One thing we believe is hugely important is to ensure that speakers and delegates (attendees) mix freely. We wanted every speaker to also feel like they were attending, and we wanted to ensure that attendees felt every bit as important to us as the speakers. So:
- Spend your time during and after the conference socializing with attendees.
- Speakers and attendees all get awesome swag - there won't be special speakers' badges or anything. We'll just raise the bar for everyone. :-)
Speakers can really make a conference. Their talks are the reason people come, and form the foundations of conversations amongst attendees. We all owe it to each other to build something together.
I submitted a session. What happens next?
The organizers will review all of the session submissions and make their selections in early December. You'll be contacted via e-mail if the we have any questions or need follow up information. If your session has been accepted, we'll let you know by mid to late December.
What happens if my session is chosen? What will I need to do?
Plan to be at Space City JS 2015 and be ready to present to our crowd full of information-hungry attendees. You'll have a lot of fun as a Space City JS presenter and will meet tons of interesting folks along the way. It also means a commitment to working hard on your presentation and meeting all Space City JS deadlines.
The organizers will help you buff and polish your presentation (if you request it) so that you are proud to present it to the world. One month before the event, we will ask you to submit some slides so we can see how things are going.
Does Space City JS pay speaker fees? What about travel expenses?
Space City JS does not pay speaker fees at this time.
However, we will try to help you with travel expenses – flight, hotel / AirBnB, and a speakers' dinner. We'll do everything we can to advise you on travel and hotel arrangements. Of course, you'll get hooked up with free goods, and Space City JS badge.
If your company is interested in sponsoring your travel, please let us know. This will help us keep our speaker-curators focused on talk content instead of how many people we can afford to fly into town.
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