Music. Food. Code.

Join us in New Orleans for a 3 day event, March 21-23, 2018, on Web & JavaScript Development! All tickets include workshop day, and there will be 4 concurrent tracks. Workshops and sessions include:

Angular, React, Vue, JavaScript, JS Frameworks, HTML5, CSS3, tools, techniques, and more!

JazzCon.Tech will bring the energy and community spirit of our previous event back to New Orleans for three days of learning and networking. In this second edition, we're making the conference experience even better for attendees and speaker. We invite you to join us March 2018 for this unique experience!

This is not a mega-conf - rather it is an intimate event with less then 250 attendees ( including speakers )! Our goal in the first edition was for _everyone_ to get to know each other and share knowledge and ideas, and the goal remains the same this year.

Join the band!



We're finalizing the full day workshops, they will include (subject to change):

  • Advanced Angular
  • React Native one-day crash course
  • Angular + Spring + Bootstrap = JHipster
  • Functional Web with Elm
  • Next-level React: React Router, Redux and more hands-on
  • Functional JavaScript With Ramda


Early bird registrion will be $695.

All tickets include access to a full day of workshops on March 21!


Ticket includes workshop day (workshop space is on a first-come basis), March 21 and main conference March 22-23.


Ticket includes workshop day (workshop space is on a first-come basis), March 22 and main conference March 23-24.

two conference combo

Get two great confs for one super-low price! Connect.Tech (October 2018, Atlanta) + JazzCon.Tech 2018 (no other discounts on this ticket)



Preliminary content available, see section below

Sessions & Workshops

Workshops on Wednesday March 21 on first-come basis

Styled Components, SSR, and Theming
Setting Fire to Silos
Environment Sanity Checking with Node
From Bootstrap to CSS Grid
Lessons from the trenches - Designing Resilient Bulletproof React/Redux Apps Part 1
Resilient React.js - building apps with a functional approach
Express yourself with Typescript and React
From a Big Band Web App to Serverless Bebop
Designing APIs with OpenAPI Spec
The Chains of Love
FOCTWJF: Fear Of Choosing The Wrong Javascript Framework
More Than Just a Pretty API
Build Web Apps with Elm Workshop
Effective React Testing
The end of "Native" as we know it
Forming Angular Forms
Leveraging the Angular CLI - from development to production
Rescuing Legacy UIs: How IBM Is Putting Performance First
Reactive Programming with Observables
Real Life Service Workers
Docker: Development to Production
StencilJS and Universal Components
Why does this work? When bad UX Converts
Refactoring for Progressive Web Apps
Leadership for the Reluctant Leader
Cross-Platform Desktop Apps with Electron
Functional JavaScript With Ramda Workshop
Block__Element--Magic: CSS Modularity for the masses.
Focusing on Focus
Redux: Architecting and scaling a new web app at The New York Times
Reactive Animations using Angular
State management on steroids with ngrx v4
Angular 5 Skyfall
History of the Web
Building Facial Recognition Services with JavaScript
Why Nobody Fills Out My Forms Part 2: Electric Boogaloo
Dockerize Your Development Environment
AMP: Design & Interactivity Without Sacrificing Speed
Going Beyond "Good Enough" Documentation
Vue.js - The Next Big Thing In JavaScript
Serverless JavaScript OMG
Universal React Apps Using Next.js
Front-End Performance Still Matters
Tame the Async Redux Beast with redux-logic
Rockin' the JAMstack with Gatsby
Boost Your Mobile Apps’ Emotional Intelligence with Machine Learning and NativeScript
Building PWAs for People Terrified of PWAs
Javascript as a compile target
Component Driven Architectures: Managing State
Typescript at Scale (cough): My Scale
What's New in TypeScript?
Crash Course in Ionic + AngularJS
Font Awesome - Never Build Icons Again
Micro SPA Architecture

Bring the band!

Bring your whole team for an offsite the day before, Tuesday, March 21! Contact us and we'll make the arrangements for a conference room, food, etc. Contact us at:


JazzCon.Tech will take place in the heart of historic New Orleans, within walking distance of the best food, music, and culture the city has to offer.

Hotel info coming soon

Code Of Conduct

JazzCon.Tech is dedicated to providing an outstanding conference experience for all attendees, speakers, sponsors, volunteers and organizers (JazzCon.Tech participants) regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, financial status, hair color (or hair amount), platform preference, or text editor of choice. We do not tolerate harassment of JazzCon.Tech participants in any form. Please treat your fellow JazzCon.Tech participants with respect, regardless of the context you’re interacting with them.

See complete code of conduct