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Back in 2011, we organized the first Meet.js event in Poznań, Poland. Currently similar meetings are organized in eight cities in Poland. It's about time to summarize topics we've talked about this year. Meet.js Summit is the hottest conference this autumn and it's completely free! Join us to share the awesomeness of the Open Web!

SWPS, Kutrzeby 10, Poznan, Poland

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Meet.js is a meetup on HTML5, JavaScript and CSS3 that takes place in eight cities in Poland regularly. Each meeting gathers tens of front-end developers, which makes it one of the biggest technical communities in the country. We are organizing Meet.js Summit to sum up what we discovered and discussed this year and to meet developers from all the cities where Meet.js is present. Since we are devoted to the idea of an open and inclusive web, our conference is free of charge. We aim to promote good practices and to reach people interested in improving their skills required to become great web developers. Meet.js Summit is probably one of the biggest Polish conferences for web developers. Each year we host over 300 front-end specialists.

As the event aims to grow each year, it can't happen without your help. Join the amazing companies that care about JavaScript and front-end community. Meet.js Summit is a great opportunity to promote your brand and recruit new developers from over 300 attendees.

Download our Sponsorship Packages (PDF) to find out more and contact us directly to discuss sponsorship opportunities.

There's a Polish version of the offer: Oferta sponsorska (PDF)

Call for papers

Our Call For Papers is finally open. Want to share your knowledge with the community? Don't hesitate!

The deadline for submissions is 07.09.2014.

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What is Meet.js?

Meet.js is a free front-end meetup organized by web enthusiasts in 8 major Polish cities - Warsaw, Gdańsk, Poznań, Wrocław, Cracow and Katowice, Łódź, Szczecin. The idea was formed by Damian Wielgosik (Front-Trends, Falsy Values) in January, 2011. We believe it is very important to engage local communities in sharing the Open Web knowledge focusing mostly on JavaScript and HTML5. Open Web knowledge makes people develop fast and improve their skills.

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