JavaScript Remote Conference 2022 Mar 13 - 17, 2023
CFP closed

The CFP closed on Feb 28, 2023 at 12:00am MST

Thank you for all submitted proposals!

CFP Stats

11 proposals

Thank you for your interest in submitting a proposal to JavaScript Remote Conference 2022! This year’s conference features a completely online four-day conference from March 13-16 and online workshops on March 17.

Important Dates & Details

This call for proposals (CFP) closes on January 31,2022, at 11:59pm MST.

Proposals will be accepted or rejected by February 7, 2022, at 11:59pm MST.

All talks and speakers must comply with our Anti-Harassment Policy, which applies in all conference-related communications and at the conference itself.

Please read these guidelines all the way through for the best chances of having your proposal selected.

If you have questions or concerns about anything you see here, please don’t hesitate to email at We're looking forward to seeing all of your proposals!

Session Formats

We offer two session formats to choose from, talks and workshops.

Talks are 45 minutes, lecture-style discussions with a 15 minute Q&A session. You may record your talk or deliver it live. If you can't be present for the 15 minute Q&A, we request that you find someone to fill in for you. Talks will be scheduled between 8:30am and 5:00pm Mountain Time.

Workshops are interactive sessions where the participants learn practice skills through a mix of presentation materials and hands-on exercises. Workshops are scheduled to last 3 hours. Suggested topics include testing, refactoring, security, API design, mobile development frameworks, IoT, deployment, GraphQL, and JAMstack. We've also had workshops covering non-technical topics such as interviewing, communication, and contributing to open source. Workshops will only be held on Friday, November 18.

Workshop presenters will receive $50 per attendee who signs up for their workshop.

Note: workshops with multiple presenters will split the per-attendee payment.

What We're Looking For

JavaScript Remote Conference fully embraces both new and experienced speakers. Several well known speakers have gotten their start at our conferences. We place a strong value on featuring a variety of speakers from all over the world who can share the joys of programming from all types of experiences.

We’re looking for technical and non-technical talks covering a broad range of topics in the JavaScript ecosystem. We want a mix of beginner, intermediate, and advanced-level material. Overall, we are looking for talks of interest to JavaScript developers, and we take a pretty broad view of what that means. If it’s interesting to you, chances are we’d love to see it.

For those of you new to speaking (but passionate and knowledgeable!), you're in luck: we love first-time speakers and are happy to help you out! If you want to learn more about how to improve your talk submission.

Inside the Review Process

Our review committee is made up of volunteers representing a variety of experience levels with JavaScript. If you'd like to join our review committee, email

Our first round of review is anonymous, meaning reviewers will not see your name or biographical information, only the title, description, pitch, and abstract. Please keep any potentially identifying information out of these fields.

The CFP application allows two-way correspondence in comments without revealing your identity (though you'll know who's asking the question). You'll get an email and see a notification on the site if there are questions for you. Please reply promptly and consider adjustments if requested.

Proposals with at least four ratings will move into the second round. To develop a balanced program, they are evaluated alongside biographical information (speaking experience, relevant credentials, etc.). The review committee is heavily committed to selecting a diverse and well-qualified group of speakers.

Speaker Benefits

If your proposal is selected, you receive:

Free admission to JavaScript Remote Conference 2022.

Workshops receive $30 per registered attendee.

Note: for workshops with more than one speaker, the attendee-based payout is to be split among all speakers.

Thanks for submitting a proposal, and good luck!