20-21 September 2013, Bangalore
Status: Submissions and voting closed, awaiting jury selection

(Skip ahead to session proposals)

About JSFoo

JSFoo is India's only national JavaScript conference. The first season of JSFoo featured editions in Bangalore, Pune and Chennai between Oct 2011 and Feb 2012. The second edition in Bangalore in Oct 2012 was based on the theme "JavaScript Everywhere" – featuring JavaScript on web servers, embedded in robots, as a cross-platform language for mobile, and in its original home, the browser.

JSFoo 2013

The theme for JSFoo 2013 is original creations with JavaScript. Showcase innovative work done with JavaScript – if you have created something at work or outside your work commitments, with or without a business model in sight, something you've done for the love of seeing it come to life in front of your eyes, JSFoo is the place to talk about it!

Talks which demonstrate innovation at either a technical or "best practice" level will be given preference. Your creation does not necessarily have to be in production, but we will insist on it being something more significant than a cool ten-line function you came up with (unless that function allowed you to control sharks fitted with lasers or something).

We are also accepting high quality talk and workshop proposals on JS frameworks, libraries and tools. These proposals have to provide clear objectives and take-aways for practising JavaScript developers.

Format

JSFoo 2013 is a single-track event. We invite proposals for:

Commitment to open source

HasGeek believes in open source as the binding force of our community. If you are describing a piece of technology, we'd like it to be available under a permissive open source license.

If your software is commercially licensed or available under a combination of commercial and restrictive open source licenses (such as the various forms of the GPL), please consider picking up a sponsorship. We recognize that there are valid reasons for commercial licensing, but ask that you support us in return for giving you an audience. Your session will be marked on the schedule as a sponsored session.

Speaking submissions

You can submit a proposal to speak at JSFoo 2013 via the submission funnel below. Please describe your proposal in as much detail as possible. Detail is important if you'd like to be voted up into the schedule. In particular, we want to hear why you are the best person to be delivering a talk on your proposed topic. Provide links to previous talks and presentations you've done. This will help attendees and the programme committee in evaluating your proposal.
Making a funnel submission does not guarantee final selection.

Selection Process

Voting is open to attendees who have purchased event tickets. If there is a proposal you find notable, please vote for it and leave a comment to initiate discussions. Your vote will be reflected immediately, but will be counted towards selections only if you purchase a ticket. Proposals will also be evaluated by a program committee consisting of:

Proposers must submit presentation drafts as part of the selection process to ensure that the talk is in line with the original proposal, and to help the program committee build a strong line-up for the event.

There is only one speaker per session. Attendance is free for selected speakers. HasGeek will cover your travel to and accommodation in Bangalore from anywhere in the world. As our budget is limited, we will prefer speakers from locations closer home, but will do our best to cover for anyone exceptional. If you are able to raise support for your trip, we will count that as speaker travel sponsorship.

If your proposal is not accepted, you can buy a ticket at the same rate as was available on the day you proposed. We’ll send you a code.

Tickets: http://jsfoo.doattend.com

Website: https://jsfoo.in/2013

Dates

The program committee will announce the first round of selected proposals by 15th August and a second round by 2nd September. We will finalize the schedule by 7th September. The funnel will close on 25th August. The event is on 20th and 21st September 2013.

Confirmed sessions

# Speaker Section Level +1 Submitted
1 Your webapps should talk not just in English, but in español, Kiswahili, 廣州話 and অসমীয়া too.
Sucheta Ghoshal (@sucheta) Full talk Intermediate 33 0 Sat, Aug 24
2 Frontend Dev Ops
Aditya (@netroy) Full talk Intermediate 25 5 Fri, Aug 23
3 RedRaphael - JavaScript graphics library on steroids!
Sushant Sudarshan (@sushantbs) Full talk Intermediate 27 1 Thu, Aug 22
4 GIF animations - Now with sound!
Hage Yaapa (@hacksparrow) Crisp Talk Intermediate 24 1 Wed, Aug 21
5 Building your own express js framework from scratch
Pankaj Bhageria (@panbhag) Workshops Beginner 36 0 Sun, Aug 18
6 Using Camera Motion Detection in JS for Gestures based Interaction
Vinci Rufus (@vinci) Crisp Talk Intermediate 14 0 Thu, Aug 15
7 Automating automatic testing
Olivier Crameri (@oliviercrameri) Workshops Beginner 3 0 Tue, Aug 13
8 Visualising Bollywood with Javascript
Anand S (@sanand0) Crisp Talk Beginner 15 1 Sun, Aug 11
9 Memory profile your JavaScript applications for high performance
Jaideep Singh (@jaideepsingh) Full talk Advanced 49 0 Fri, Aug 9
10 Offline in the browser- with IndexedDB, AppCache & LocalStorage
Manan Bharara (@mananbharara) Crisp Talk Intermediate 30 0 Fri, Aug 9
11 Pro apps built with Javascript? Yes, you can do that.
Arno Gourdol (@arnog) Full talk Beginner 6 0 Thu, Aug 8
12 Programming Flying Robots
Sreekanth Vadagiri (@sreeix) Crisp Talk Beginner 26 5 Mon, Aug 5
13 Bot using NodeJS and the HTML5 Audio API
Ameya Karve (@ameyakarve) Crisp Talk Intermediate 11 11 Sun, Aug 4
14 Node Robo - Robo powered by Raspberry Pi, Node, Arduino, Firebase and Phonegap
Sreejesh Karunakaran (@sreekarun) Full talk Intermediate 41 3 Fri, Aug 2
15 Interactive Physics Simulation In The Browser - What I Learned
Nilesh Trivedi (@nileshtrivedi) Crisp Talk Intermediate 8 1 Mon, Jul 29
16 Who's Talking | Real-time Peer to Peer collaboration with JS and HTML5
Om Shankar (@omshiv) Full talk Intermediate 74 5 Fri, Jul 26
17 Rapidly Prototyping Web Applications With Meteor.js
Bharani Muthukumaraswamy (@bharani91) Workshops Beginner 12 0 Tue, Jul 23
18 Potential gotchas in making a Backbone app
Vignesh Nandha Kumar (@vikynandha) Crisp Talk Intermediate 33 3 Mon, Jul 22
19 Killing passwords with JavaScript
Francois Marier (@fmarier) Full talk Intermediate 34 8 Mon, Jul 22
20 HTML5 for a mobile world
Christian Heilmann (@codepo8) Workshops Intermediate 32 1 Fri, Jul 19
21 HTML5 for the masses - making the future the now
Christian Heilmann (@codepo8) Full talk Intermediate 29 1 Fri, Jul 19
22 Javascript is A DJ
Jaison Justus (@jaisonjustus) Crisp Talk Beginner 19 2 Fri, Jul 19
23 Getting started with Firefox OS and Open Web Apps
Robert Nyman (@robnyman) Workshops Intermediate 32 1 Thu, Jul 18
24 Bringing the open web and APIs to mobile devices with Firefox OS
Robert Nyman (@robnyman) Full talk Intermediate 18 1 Thu, Jul 18
25 First un-learn and then more to learn: Our experience building a complex web app entirely in AngularJS
Adhil Azeez NV (@adhilnv) Full talk Intermediate 43 0 Thu, Jul 18
26 Generating tests from code - or how to test better and faster
Olivier Crameri (@oliviercrameri) Full talk Intermediate 16 2 Thu, Jul 11
27 Distributed, offline-enabled point-of-sale system using Google Apps Script
Kingsley Jegan Joseph (@kingsley2) Full talk Intermediate 26 2 Thu, Jun 27
28 FlatSurface: build a quality API faster
Jon Maim (@jonmaim) Crisp Talk Intermediate 26 0 Tue, Jun 25

Unconfirmed proposals

# Speaker Section Level +1 Submitted
1 Coffee for “The Language of the Web”
Veda Balan R (@vedab) Full talk Intermediate -2 0 Sun, Aug 25
2 Fallback Not Found
Souvik Das Gupta (@souvikdg) Crisp Talk Intermediate 0 0 Sun, Aug 25
3 Testing the JavaScript you write
@cosmicAnirban (@anirban) Full talk Beginner 6 0 Sat, Aug 24
4 Building components with Polymer
Varunkumar Nagarajan (@varunkumar) Full talk Intermediate 19 2 Fri, Aug 23
5 How I built Impressionist - the visual tool for impress.js presentations
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Full talk Intermediate 1 0 Fri, Aug 23
6 Programming for Canvas element with EaselJS
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Full talk Intermediate -3 0 Fri, Aug 23
7 SpriteSheet animations using Canvas & EaselJS
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Crisp Talk Beginner -5 1 Fri, Aug 23
8 Images for HTML without <img> tag ( or SVG or Canvas )
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Crisp Talk Intermediate 0 2 Fri, Aug 23
9 JavaScript your way into CSS Filters
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Crisp Talk Beginner -2 2 Fri, Aug 23
10 Build a pseudo 3D visualization without Canvas / SVG
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Full talk Intermediate -5 0 Fri, Aug 23
11 Oh no, there is a XSS in your JS. Understanding, Identifying and Avoiding DOM Based XSS.
Lavakumar Kuppan (@lava) Full talk Intermediate 18 0 Fri, Aug 23
12 Third Party Javascript
vetrichelvan jeyabalpandy (@vetri02) (proposing) Flash Talk Advanced 1 0 Fri, Aug 23
13 Jasmine + CoffeeScript + PhantomJS + Jenkins = CI #WIN
Shreyank Gupta (@shreyankg) Crisp Talk Intermediate 23 0 Thu, Aug 22
14 How we use casperjs
Aravind Krishnaswamy (@arg0s) Crisp Talk Beginner 4 0 Wed, Aug 21
15 No Backend, Parse and Dodo
Pankaj Bhageria (@panbhag) Full talk Beginner 40 0 Sun, Aug 18
16 Querying JSON arrays using wherejs and selectjs
Pankaj Bhageria (@panbhag) Crisp Talk Beginner 35 0 Sun, Aug 18
17 Marketing Strategist
Wes Osaze (@wosaze) (proposing) Workshops Intermediate -5 0 Wed, Aug 14
18 Livecoding with Javascript
Dharampal H S (@codemangler) Full talk Beginner 7 0 Mon, Aug 12
19 Build Web applications with EmberJs
Suchit Puri (@suchitpuri) Crisp Talk Beginner 24 1 Mon, Aug 12
20 Creating new layouts with d3.js
Anand S (@sanand0) Full talk Intermediate 5 0 Sun, Aug 11
21 Learn Ember.JS to build a Practical E-Commerce Single Page Application
Akash Devaraju (@skykog) Full talk Beginner 45 1 Sun, Aug 11
22 JS for Mobile
Khaarthigha Subramanian (@khaarthigha) Crisp Talk Intermediate 1 0 Sun, Aug 11
23 yeoman, grunt, bower - modern workflows for building today's web apps
Avinash Chugh (@avinash-chugh) Crisp Talk Intermediate 31 0 Fri, Aug 9
24 Building a Restful Web Application using Backbone marionetteJS, NodeJS and MongoDB in a test-driven development using chaiJS and mocha JS
Elankeeran Vaithiyanathan (@elankeeran) Full talk Intermediate 14 0 Thu, Aug 8
25 Backbone MarionetteJS
Elankeeran Vaithiyanathan (@elankeeran) Crisp Talk Beginner -1 0 Wed, Aug 7
26 Widget Creation : Multi file upload
Saurabh S Shah (@newsaurabhshah) Crisp Talk Beginner -1 1 Sat, Aug 3
27 Debugging JavaScript Effectively
Ashutosh Sharma (@toshsharma) Full talk Intermediate 16 0 Fri, Aug 2
28 Hey! What's this? (Demystifying 'this')
Ashutosh Sharma (@toshsharma) Full talk Intermediate -2 2 Fri, Aug 2
29 TDD with JavaScript
Aman King (@amanking) Workshops Beginner 5 0 Fri, Aug 2
30 node.jsfoo: Internals Explained
Karan Misra (@kid0m4n) Crisp Talk Intermediate 34 0 Wed, Jul 31
31 Calatrava : Inventing hybrid mobile app framework with Javascript bridges
Priyank Gupta (@priyaaank) Full talk Intermediate 12 2 Wed, Jul 31
32 Easing into Node.js
Shrikrishna Holla (@shrikrishna) Full talk Beginner 30 0 Wed, Jul 31
33 Asynchronus JavaScript and Promises
Senthil Kumar V (@senkumarv) Crisp Talk Beginner 49 0 Tue, Jul 30
34 Building web application using Ember.JS + RequireJS + Q
Senthil Kumar V (@senkumarv) Workshops Beginner 31 0 Tue, Jul 30
35 Modularize your client side applications using Backbone and Require
Sagar Ganatra (@sagarg) Full talk Intermediate 3 2 Sat, Jul 27
36 Harmony with ES6
Hemanth.HM (@hemanth) Crisp Talk Intermediate 31 0 Fri, Jul 26
37 from zero to deploy in 15 minutes
Sunil Pai (@threepointone) Crisp Talk Beginner 14 12 Thu, Jul 25
38 How to BDD a Node.js app with websocket/socket.io client
Pocha (@pocha-codelearn) Crisp Talk Beginner 9 0 Mon, Jul 22
39 Building Native Mobile Games with Javascript using Game Closure
Ramprasad Rajendran (@rampr) Full talk Intermediate 19 1 Mon, Jul 22
40 Extending Brackets
Renaun Erickson (@renaun) Full talk Beginner 9 1 Mon, Jul 22
41 Building Photoshop extensions with HTML and JavaScript
Renaun Erickson (@renaun) Sponsored talk Intermediate 5 2 Mon, Jul 22
42 Using RandoriJS and KontikiJS to create 2D WebGL based Games from existing Starling AS3 Code
Renaun Erickson (@renaun) Full talk Intermediate -1 0 Mon, Jul 22
43 Using Chrome Browser to Talk to Arduino with JS
Renaun Erickson (@renaun) Full talk Beginner 16 0 Mon, Jul 22
44 Debugging Javascript in production environments 101
Ankur Agarwal (@devilankur18) Full talk Intermediate 32 0 Sat, Jul 20
45 Effective JavaScript Module Loading
kashyapa (@kashyapa) Full talk Intermediate 9 2 Sat, Jul 20
46 Emscripten - C++ on the Web
Saheb Motiani (@saheb) Full talk Intermediate 6 0 Fri, Jul 19
47 Secure Javascript coding - Do's and Dont's
Raghu Mitra (@raghumitra) Full talk Intermediate 24 6 Thu, Jul 18
48 Just Grunt It
Rocky Jaiswal (@rockyj) Full talk Intermediate 7 1 Sat, Jul 13
49 All you EVER wanted to know about client-side frameworks
Dheeraj Kumar (@codepodu) Full talk Beginner 36 6 Thu, Jul 11
50 Building Test driven and async JS widgets for 3rd party websites using Lightning.js
@BilalBudhani (@bilalbudhani) Full talk Intermediate 3 0 Wed, Jul 10
51 Building Spatial Back-ends with Node.js and MongoDB
Shekhar Gulati (@shekhargulati) Full talk Intermediate 4 0 Wed, Jul 10
52 Functional Javascript
Sreekanth Vadagiri (@sreeix) Full talk Intermediate 34 0 Mon, Jul 1
53 Building Realtime Applications with Meteor.js
Shekhar Gulati (@shekhargulati) Full talk Beginner 8 0 Fri, Jun 28
54 JSON-LD : JSON for Linked Data
Vikash Agrawal (@ivikash) Crisp Talk Beginner 19 0 Wed, Jun 19
55 Develop your first multi room chat with Node.js, Websockets and MongoDB
Vikash Agrawal (@ivikash) Workshops Beginner 21 7 Wed, Jun 19
56 The Rise of DocPad - The Hybrid Static Site Generator for Node
Benjamin Arthur Lupton (@balupton) Full talk Intermediate 9 1 Mon, Jun 17