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Welcome to the JavaScripters Community meet-up initiatives! We're thrilled to invite you to join our dynamic community of JavaScript enthusiasts. Our meetups are designed to bring together developers of all levels, from beginners to seasoned professionals, to share knowledge, network, and collaborate on exciting projects. Whether you're looking to dive into the latest JavaScript frameworks, discuss best practices, or simply connect with fellow developers, our meetups offer a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. Join us for engaging presentations, hands-on workshops, and lively discussions as we explore the endless possibilities of JavaScript together. Don't miss out on the opportunity to expand your skills, make meaningful connections, and be a part of our thriving community. We look forward to seeing you at our next meetup!

JavaScripters is an initiative committed to fostering collaboration among the front-end engineering community, providing a platform for the exchange of both fundamental and advanced JavaScript knowledge while fostering unity among all JavaScript enthusiasts. Our foundational belief is rooted in the principle that true empowerment arises from the sharing of knowledge rather than its hoarding. We facilitate a culture of mutual learning and collaboration, catering to individuals of all levels of expertise, from novices to seasoned professionals.

The JavaScripters community serves as a forum for frontend engineers to engage in the exchange of insights and perspectives. Our primary objective is to offer comprehensive services to frontend engineers seeking proficiency in JavaScript and associated technologies. We extend a cordial invitation to engineers in Pune and Mumbai initially, with intentions to expand our reach globally in due course.

Since its inception in April 2015, the JavaScripters community has experienced steady growth, steadfastly striving to cultivate a dynamic environment conducive to learning and knowledge sharing. What began as a modest initiative has evolved into a network of over 5000 passionate engineers. This remarkable expansion has been made possible through the commitment of 25 dedicated volunteers, 24 mentors, and a team of speakers steadfast in their dedication to realizing our community's objectives. We invite you to join us on this journey as we continue to empower and inspire JavaScript enthusiasts worldwide.

  •  The JavaScripters Community is a vibrant and inclusive community of developers, enthusiasts, and professionals passionate about JavaScript and its related technologies. We aim to foster learning, collaboration, and networking opportunities for individuals at all skill levels.
  • All front-end and UI engineers can participate in our technical discussions, workshops, trainings, and knowledge-sharing events in the city on core and advanced Javascript concepts and all the latest Javascript frameworks including AngularJS, NodeJs, emberJs, TypeScript, ReactJs technologies by experts, along with the latest javascript technologies.
The JavaScripters community plays a vital role in the development and advancement of JavaScript programming language and its related technologies. Here are several reasons why the JavaScripters community is essential:

1. Knowledge Sharing: The community provides a platform for developers to share their expertise, experiences, and best practices in JavaScript development. This fosters a culture of continuous learning and skill enhancement among members.

2. Networking Opportunities: JavaScripters community facilitates networking opportunities for developers to connect with peers, industry experts, and potential collaborators. Networking helps in sharing ideas, seeking advice, and building professional relationships.

3. Support and Collaboration: Members of the JavaScripters community offer support and collaborate on projects, troubleshooting issues, and providing feedback. This collaborative environment accelerates learning and boosts productivity.

4. Professional Development: The community offers resources, workshops, and events aimed at enhancing the professional development of its members. This includes technical training, career guidance, and mentorship opportunities.

5. Stay Updated: JavaScripters community keeps members informed about the latest trends, updates, and advancements in JavaScript and web development. This helps developers stay relevant and competitive in the rapidly evolving tech industry.

6. Innovation and Creativity: By bringing together a diverse group of developers with different backgrounds and perspectives, the community fosters innovation and creativity. This leads to the development of new ideas, tools, and solutions in JavaScript development.

7. Community Building: JavaScripters community promotes inclusivity, diversity, and a sense of belonging among its members. It creates a supportive environment where developers from all backgrounds feel welcomed and valued.

Overall, the JavaScripters community serves as a valuable resource for developers to learn, collaborate, and grow professionally in the field of JavaScript development.

Anyone with an interest in JavaScript programming language, whether beginners, experienced developers, students, or professionals, is welcome to join the JavaScripters Community. Our community is open to individuals from diverse backgrounds and skill levels.

Joining the JavaScripters Community is simple! You can connect with us through our website, social media channels, or attend one of our events or meetups. Membership is free, and everyone is welcome to participate.

The JavaScripters Community organizes a variety of events and activities, including technical workshops, meetups, webinars, hackathons, conferences, and networking sessions.

These events cover a wide range of topics related to JavaScript development, frameworks, libraries, best practices, and emerging trends.

There are several ways to contribute to the JavaScripters Community, including:
  • Sharing your knowledge and expertise by presenting at events or writing articles for our blog.
  • Participating in discussions, answering questions, and providing assistance to fellow community members.
  • Volunteering to organize events, assist with logistics, or serve as a mentor and speaker.
  • Spreading the word about the community and inviting others to join.

No, membership in the JavaScripters Community is completely free. We believe in making our community accessible to everyone who shares our passion for JavaScript programming.
To stay updated on upcoming events, news, and announcements from the JavaScripters Community, you can:
  • Subscribe to our newsletter.
  • Follow us on social media platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn,WhatsApp Channels and Facebook.
  • Check our website regularly for event listings and blog posts.

We welcome suggestions, feedback, and ideas from our community members! You can reach out to us through our website contact form, social media channels, or by attending one of our events and speaking with a community organizer or volunteer. Your input helps us improve and grow as a community.

Speakers are integral members of the community who contribute their expertise by leading technical sessions, training sessions, and engaging in technical debates. We actively encourage new speakers to join our team and seize the opportunity to share their knowledge on our platform and stage.

Mentors are individuals with expertise who assist JavaScripters community members in resolving technical queries and advising them on best practices. They also collaborate with speakers to review session presentations beforehand and actively participate in ensuring the successful execution of sessions.

  • Volunteers are enthusiastic UI/Front-end engineers who aspire to serve as mentors or speakers, supporting them in organizing events and facilitating all community activities.

  • A volunteer has the opportunity to participate in various activities such as event coordination, live session recording, capturing moments through photography and videography, promoting events on social media, managing WhatsApp groups, and contributing to the development of JavaScripters community websites. Additionally, volunteers engage in releasing new features and sharing innovative ideas in line with the increasing interest in community initiatives.

  • Additionally, volunteers play a crucial role in educating software engineers about the community initiative and actively encourage them to join the volunteer team, thereby contributing to the development of a skilled workforce and enhancing the nation's quality resources.



Imran Shaikh


Founder Member

Imran Shaikh, Pioneer in Community Building, He is a founding member of the esteemed JavaScripters Community initiative, boasts over 19 years of unparalleled experience in JavaScript and its frameworks tech stacks. His expertise is in creating products and teams from scratch.

Laxman Murugappan


Co-Founder Member

Laxman Murugappan is a business leader & Helping to Solve Problems, Change Perspectives, Transcend Experiences & Empower Business using LSP & Custom Board Games

Kunal Parekh


Co-Founder Member

Kunal Parekh is a Experienced Product Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing and advertising industry. Skilled in Scalability, Distributed systems, nodejs and User Interface Design. Strong engineering professional with a Bachelor's degree focused in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University. Best at ideating & solutioning. Building Minimum Sellable Products and Scaling it.

Pankaj Parkar

Pankaj Parkar is a JavaScript enthusiast. He is always eager to learn and share knowledge amongst Community. He is a Microsoft MVP. Also he has expertise in Angular.

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Ketan Dhallu

Ketan Dhallu is a IT Professional with over 8yrs. of total experience in Web application development using technologies like Javascript,Jquery,NodeJS,MongoDB etc. He worked in few startups which had molded him to work independently. He is an Event organizer for these meetups @javascripters @Pune UX/UI Engineers @PuneJS @HTML5 Web/Mobile Development Meetup.

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Bhushan Pawar

Bhushan Pawar is a Front End Developer Expert. He specializes in professional application development with technologies, including HTML5, JavaScript, CSS, Angular, Node JS, Responsive Web Application,Java and User experience. He has more than 6 years of experience developing web applications.

Uzair Shaikh

Uzair shaikh is a senior consultant at Systems Plus, with 9+ years of experience, he is having expertise in front-end technology and passionate to learn and share knowledge to community.

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Tushar Jadhav

Volunteer

Tushar Jadhav is having 4+ years of experience in front-end technology. He is a good speaker ,One of the best session he took on “JavaScript Patterns” @ JavaScripters community, Pune. He currently working as a Member of Technical Staff in TIBCO Software Inc.

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Akash jarad

Volunteer

having over 2.5yrs of total experience in Web application and software development. Worked with technologies like Javascript,NodeJS,MongoDB,PHP and Python etc. Currently working with CyberSponse.

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Rakhi Pal

Volunteer

Rakhi Pal is currently serving as a Senior Software Engineer at Global Savings Group, based in Berlin, Germany. With a robust professional background spanning over a decade, Rakhi brings extensive expertise in JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and frameworks such as React and AngularJS to her role.

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At JavaScripters Community, our mission is simple: Connect, Learn, Share, and Explore the vast world of JavaScript knowledge. Every day, we delve into new aspects of JavaScript frameworks driven by our passion and professional endeavors.

Our community serves as a platform for exchanging this wealth of knowledge, enabling us to discover new facets and facts about JavaScript. It's an opportunity to enrich your understanding with the latest tools and frameworks, collectively expanding our knowledge base.

We invite JavaScript experts like you to nominate yourself as mentors, speakers, or volunteers. Don't fret if you're new to this; our experienced mentors are here to guide you. They'll help you hone your skills, offer support in crafting your talks, and assist with public speaking and presentation skills.

Mentors are seasoned professionals who excel in guiding community members, providing technical solutions, and sharing best practices. They actively support speakers in preparing their session materials and ensure successful session deliveries.

As a speaker, you'll play a pivotal role in sharing your expertise with the community through technical sessions, training sessions, and engaging in technical debates. We encourage new speakers to seize this opportunity and showcase their knowledge on our platform.

Volunteers are the passionate UI/Front-end engineers eager to contribute as mentors, speakers, or assist in organizing events and community activities. Your dedication will help us create a vibrant and supportive community environment.

Join us today and become part of a thriving community committed to advancing JavaScript knowledge and empowering developers worldwide!


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The purpose of our Community Code of Conduct is to ensure that all participants in the JavaScripters community have the best possible experience. We are all here to help each other learn, grow our skill sets and have a good time!The JavaScripters Community Code of Conduct covers our behaviour as members of the JavaScripters community, in any forum, mailing list, website, social media channels, code repository, private correspondence, or public meetings.

As a worldwide community, diversity is one of our huge strengths, but it can also lead to communication issues and unhappiness. To that end, we have a few ground rules that we ask people to adhere to, to ensure that the JavaScripters community continues to be an excellent space in which to communicate, collaborate, and contribute.This isn’t an exhaustive list of things that you can’t do. Rather, take it in the spirit in which it’s intended — a guide to make it easier to be excellent to each other. We expect it to be followed in spirit as much as in the letter.

Be patient. This mostly applies to forums, mailing lists, Social channels and code contributions (i.e. asynchronous forms of communication). Communities are often built on volunteer time both from participants and organisers. It is possible that your question or code contribution or suggestion might not receive an immediate response. Be patient and consider the norms of the community. One reminder ping is welcome, many reminder pings in rapid succession are not a good display of patience. Similarly, posting the same question in multiple threads is frowned upon and should not be done.

Be respectful. Not all of us will agree all the time, but disagreement is no excuse for poor behaviour and poor manners. We might all experience some frustration now and then, but we cannot allow that frustration to turn into a personal attack. It’s important to remember that a community where people feel uncomfortable or threatened is not a productive one. We expect members of the JavaScripters community to be respectful when communicating with other community members, as well as with people outside the JavaScripters community.

Be nice. Everyone in the JavaScripters community should feel welcome, regardless of their background. Please be courteous, respectful and polite to fellow community members. No offensive comments related to gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion; no sexual images in public spaces, real or implied violence, intimidation, oppression, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, or unwelcome sexual attention will be tolerated.

Communicate effectively. We don’t all speak the same language at the same skill level. Clear communication can help to avoid misunderstandings, as can remembering that our interpretations of words can be different depending on our backgrounds. Having context is important. It’s better to ask for clarification than to make assumptions. Disagreements, social and technical, are normal, but we expect participants in the project to resolve disagreements constructively — so please avoid flamewars, trolling, personal attacks, and repetitive arguments. Resources for how to most effectively engage with JavaScripters’s various forums for project participation and communication — including forums, IRC, and more — are shown here.

Ask for help when unsure. Nobody is expected to be perfect in this community. Asking questions early avoids many problems later, so questions are encouraged, though they may be directed to the appropriate forum. Those who are asked should be responsive and helpful.In addition to this Code of Conduct, all JavaScripters events are governed by the following policy. All attendees, speakers, Organizers, mentors, sponsors and volunteers, including the event organizing team, are required to follow the following Organisers are expected to enforce this policy throughout the event. We expect cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe environment for everyone.

Policy 

Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.

Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Sponsors are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. In particular, sponsors should not use sexualized images, activities, or other material. Meetup organizing staff and other volunteer organizers should not use sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes, or otherwise create a sexualized environment.If a participant engages in harassing behavior, the JavaScritpers community authority may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the event.

If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please follow the directions in the “If You Need Help” section, directly below this policy.Organizers will be happy to help participants contact security or local law enforcement, provide escorts to an alternate location, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the meetup. We value your attendance.

We expect participants to follow these rules at our all of our event venues and event-related social events.If You Need Help

Instances of abusive, harassing, or otherwise unacceptable behaviour may be reported by contacting contact@javascripters.community As a JavaScripters community, we take our community’s health seriously and want to ensure everyone has a good experience, so please contact us at contact@javascripters.community if there is an issue so we can help address it.

We have been notified that someone is misusing JavaScripters community name and representing themselves on behalf of the community for commercial activities.

We at issuing a disclaimer on the same…

Please refrain from entertaining anyone approaching on behalf of JavaScripters group for commercial or business activity.

This is a non-commercial group of volunteers and we don’t support or endorse any such people using the community name to seek monetary benefit on providing referrals or services of any kind offered in the name of the community.

JavaScripters community doesn’t make any calls regarding any job/business referrals.
The community does not take accountability or ownership of such representations. Anyone entertaining such requests would be doing so on their own risks.Please do not get entertained to any phone calls. Also kindly report such instances to the volunteers Who are the JavaScripters community authority.

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contact@javascripters.community