Fission is pleased to be supporting CascadiaJS 2021, which takes place November 3rd and 4th, 2021. CascadiaJS has been a fantastic JS and web tech conference all the way back to 2012, and this year it is a hybrid event, a virtual conference progressively enhanced with in-person events in Seattle, Portland and Vancouver, BC.

We hope to see you there, either in person in Vancouver and Portland or online during the virtual conference.

Thanks to all of the organizers and volunteers for making this great Cascadia developer event happen!

Key Dates

October 14th: Pre-Conference Meetup

Join us online and for three lightning talks and online networking; this event is free or by donation, with any donations go to the scholarship fund.  RSVP »

November 1st: Pre-Conf Hack Day

The Battlesnake CascadiaJS cup! Register »

November 3rd & 4th: Main Conference Dates

Check the website for all speakers, including our own Brooklyn Zelenka, speaking on Web3 for Fun and Profit:

Web3, blockchains, edge computing, and commons networks. They all conjure up images of Elon Musk shilling cryptocurrencies. Is that all these technologies are good for? Is there more to the hype than economics?

It can be daunting to know what to even look for, let alone get started. In this talk, Brooklyn will take you through the broad landscape of web3, the problems that they solve, and show how some of these techniques can open up new ways of solving Web 2.0 problems today.

November 8th - 12th: Post conference workshops

Browse and buy workshop passes »

Virtual Event

Anyone in the world can join the virtual event with talks, workshops, expo track, and two virtual parties. Note that the timing is during day time hours on the west coast, PDT timezone.

Virtual Tickets

Vancouver Hybrid Event: UBC Robson Square

UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street

The Vancouver hybrid event takes place at UBC Robson Square in Downtown Vancouver.

There will also be opening and closing after parties TBD.

Vancouver Hybrid Tickets

Browse all of the ticket options on the CascadiaJS site »