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Code of Conduct
CascadiaJS is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. Our Code of Conduct applies to ALL participants of our events, including speakers and sponsors.
Please review our Code of Conduct thoroughly so that you understand what we expect of everyone and
In order to build an inclusive community for web developers we work hard to make our event as accessible as possible.
Learn more about our accessibility efforts for this year's CascadiaJS.
What steps are being taken to ensure safety at this event?
The CascadiaJS organizers are currently monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation carefully and daily to ensure the safety of our attendees, speakers, and staff. With this mind, we plan on updating this information on a regular basis. Given what we know now, the following safety measures will be employed and enforced to the strictest possible extent:
- Anyone present on-site including attendees, sponsors, speakers, vendors, staff, and volunteers, are required to prove full vaccination, and provide a negative test result within 48 hours (for PCR) or 24 hours (for Antigen) of admission, and submit to a daily health screening with temperature check. Full vaccination is defined as 2 or more doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or 1 or more of the J&J vaccine.
- Photos of vaccination cards and PCR/antigen test results are OK.
- Hand sanitizer will be available at every sponsor booth and other locations.
- Lunch and dinner will be served outside.
Given these safety measures, we will likely make masking optional unless directed otherwise by government or health officials.
I can't take the vaccine. Can I still come?
If you cannot take the vaccine due to a medical issue, an exemption can be made with proof of a doctor's note. You will still be required to submit proof of negative test result within 48 hours (for PCR) or 24 hours (for Antigen) of admission, and submit to daily temperature checks.
What is involved in the Health Screening?
The health screening is a few questions that ask about your current health, known contact with Covid-positive individuals, and documenting your temperature.
In what instances will the conference be postponed, cancelled, or taken online?
The conference will move forward in-person unless shut down by local, state, or federal government or health officials.
When you purchase a ticket to CascadiaJS, all sales are final:
We understand that sometimes your plans change, but we have no flexibility here. Organizing a conference requires us to spend money in advance on a venue, catering, hoodies, vendors and dozens of other expenses related to the event.
If you cannot attend the conference for any reason, you are more than welcome to sell your ticket and we can assist with the transfer process.
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
That’s a wrap on #CascadiaJS 2021! I’m so stoked I got to attend an in person event!— tyler (@airercode500) November 5, 2021
Can’t wait for next year at Sun River! Was lovely meeting you all! pic.twitter.com/N936UaiOi1
Had an amazing time at @CascadiaJS. See you next year! pic.twitter.com/eJYIkqHVMf— Treasure Porth (@treasureporth) November 13, 2019
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
So about @CascadiaJS last year… pic.twitter.com/iFsMyd71FA— Michelle Bakels (@MichelleBakels) January 25, 2022
Yeah, tonight was great. #CascadiaJS pic.twitter.com/4hHgTP46fg— Jessica West (@jessicaewest) November 5, 2021
Awesome @CascadiaJS afterparty at the @LivingComputers— Welling Guzmán (@wellingguzman) November 17, 2018
I had so much fun. #CJS18 pic.twitter.com/xUiF2iupz6
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