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    JSDayIE 2019 tickets now on sale!

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    We are very happy to announce that after many months of work the JSDayIE tickets are now on sale!

    About a year ago we started to work on JSDayIE, the first JavaScript conference in Ireland.

    Ireland has a huge developer community, in fact, Dublin has a very high developer ratio and it is the home of the EU HQ of many global software companies such as Microsoft, Google, Twitter or Airbnb.

    However, for some strange reason, Ireland doesn’t have a conference dedicated to the web development community (A few years ago Ireland was home of the Web Summit but it moved to Lisbon). So we decided to make it happen and we announced JSDayIE.

    We have already announced some of our speakers and other details at www.jsday.org. Please visit our site to learn more about the event.

    The tickets start at 95 EUR + VAT and the conference takes place on Friday, September 20th, 2019. If you don’t live in Ireland JSDayIE could be a great excuse to visit Dublin and discover Ireland.

    We look forward to welcoming you to JSDayIE on September 20th, 2019!

     

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