2010-03-26 00:00:00 +0000 by Alex R. Young

Rebecca Murphey contacted us with more info on TXJS. Rebecca is the organizer of
the event, and it's hosted by the yayQuery

The goal is to provide a low-cost, high-value opportunity for JavaScript developers of all stripes to meet and interact with some of the best minds in the field -- with that in mind, tickets are just \$69, which is about as close to free as we can make them.

The event now has an official site at
texasjavascript.com. As I mentioned previously, they've announced high profile speakers like Douglas
and John
. Most popular JavaScript libraries and
server-side frameworks have core members attending or speaking (the full
list is on the site). Over 150 attendees are expected, and speakers and
attendees will gather in downtown Austin for a hack night and party
sponsored by Google.

I'd love to attend but I live in the UK... If you're interested in
writing an article about the event, get in touch! There will be monetary