Level up their skills
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We are a kind and inclusive community with thoughtful Code of Conduct and our goal is to elevate local voices and advocate for an Open Web.
Our 2022 Conference
Hosted at Sunriver Resort, Oregon
This year is our 10-year anniversary event and we are celebrating by returning to an in-person conference at the beautiful Sunriver Resort outside of Bend, OR. We have rented out the entire resort and can't wait to see everyone for 2+ days of learning, fun and connection.
Bringing the Family
Sunriver Resort is the perfect place to bring your significant others and family. There are tons of fun things to do at the resort, including just hanging out at the pool and enjoying the late summer sun. In addition to all that Sunriver Resort has to offer, we will be offering:
- A Significant Other track of activities
- An affordable Guest Pass for adults & kids
- Free Child Care, courtesy of our friends at Formidable.
All of the talks, remarks and banter that take place on the Main Track of the conference will be live-captioned by White Coat Captioning. This captioning will be displayed on a screen at the in-person event and embedded directly on the website for livestream.
The core of the conference is two days of talks from experts in the JS/web community covering everything from Node.js to the cutting edge of the Web Platform to creating a more inclusive tech community. Check-out our full list of speakers and prepare to be inspired.
In addition to our Talk Track, we will be curating a Workshop Track for folks who want to take a break from talks and get their hands dirty learning about web security, notification systems and other technical topics.
In addition to the talks and workshops, your ticket to the conference includes access to the Welcome Reception on August 30, three meals a day and evening events on August 31 and September 1. Check out the schedule to see what we've planned so far, and stay tuned because we keep adding to it!
Finally, for the first time ever, we are cutting the talks short on the first day and organizing a bunch of outdoor activities that attendees will be able to choose from. Check out our current roster of activities and stay tuned for new ones to be added!
We hope you can join us!
If you want to attend, but aren't sure you can justify the time and expense, we've written up a handy Boss Letter Template that you can use when emailing your manager.
We hope this information is useful and we’re excited to see you at CascadiaJS later this summer!
CascadiaJS 2018 Recap
CascadiaJS 2019 Recap
I'm absolutely blown away by how much @cartwr and the entire team @CascadiaJS lifts up and highlights the people who contribute to and make this conference so special. This is what a conf that focuses on community looks like! 🌲 #cjs19 pic.twitter.com/Yh0CdOzVyx— Divya (@shortdiv) November 9, 2019
I absolutely LOVED MCing @CascadiaJS! This was such a well organized conference, huge kudos to the speakers, the organizers, the sponsors, and of course the audience + community for making it great. It was a pleasure!! #cjs20 pic.twitter.com/EhqjhYJEVY— Cassidy (@cassidoo) September 3, 2020
I was honored to participate in #CascadiaJS again this year. I've been so impressed again with all the creativity and effort the organizers, speakers, and community puts into making it a uniquely fun event. ✨ pic.twitter.com/x0byI4utED— Nicole Oliver (@nixcodes) November 5, 2021
Huge shoutout to the @CascadiaJS organizers for a truly unique experience that went above and beyond anything I could have imagined. You could really feel their passion for the community and the time, attention, and care they put into every single aspect. THANK YOU!! ❤️🌲 #cjs20 pic.twitter.com/5NH2FVfMA2— Rachael Thomas (@rachael_codes) September 3, 2020
I can't thank @crtr0, the @CascadiaJS team, and the conference sponsors enough for the opportunity to attend #cascadiajs! Everyone was so encouraging and welcoming, I'm thrilled to bring back what I learned to @MakeThinkCode & @pnca. pic.twitter.com/5hVyhcmyUL— meganmckissack (@meganmckissack) November 19, 2018