FullStack London 2020 - The Conference on JavaScript, Node & Internet of Things

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Wednesday, 24th - Friday, 26th June at Business Design Centre, London

5 experts. will be speaking. Starts at 8:00 AM.


FullStack 2020 returns to London in its seventh edition during June. Back for its third year at the Business Design Centre, FullStack London has been growing each year and still remains the best place to connect with the international JavaScript community!

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FullStack is the go-to JavaScript, Node and IoT conference in London. Other topics explored will include Web-Animation, ES6, CSS3, AR, VR, Machine Learning, Functional Programming, Software Craftsmanship, Testing and various frameworks including D3js, React, Angular, Node, Babylon, Ember and more!

Check out our line-up of key speakers for 2020 below!

Charlie Gerard

Charlie Gerard

Matteo Collina

Matteo Collina

Ruth John

Ruth John

Alex Castillo

Alex Castillo

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Call for Papers is now OPEN!

Would you like to speak at FullStack London 2020? We want to hear your talk proposals! Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied, diverse and valuable event.

Deadline for submission: COB 20th January 2020.

To apply, head to our Call For Papers form.

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Workshop: Sarah Clark

Sarah Clark

Sarah is Google's program manager for web developer training and certification. She has taught software development courses around the world, and has a special fondness for beginning developers.

Keynote: Alex Castillo

Alex Castillo

Alex Castillo is a Co-founder at Neurosity, a Developer Expert at Google, and formerly, a Software Engineer at Netflix. He is passionate about the human brain, and how we can use it to power next-generation apps. As a Google Developer Expert, Alex has contributed to the open source community with a focus on web technologies and neurotech.

Keynote: Ruth John

Ruth John

Ruth is a creative engineer with a web development background. She has enjoyed a fifteen year career working on websites, applications and most recently interactive art projects, especially those featuring audio. She also educates people and enjoys talking about new web technologies, inspiring others to try them. Always coming up with exciting and engaging ways to use them, as well as interesting integrations into everyday development. As a Google Developer Expert and founding member of { Live : JS } she’s almost always got a conference talk lined up, article ready to be published or live show tour date in the diary.

Keynote: Charlie Gerard

Charlie Gerard

Charlie is a software developer in Sydney. She is passionate about creative coding and building interactive prototypes mixing science, art and technology. She also spends time giving back to the community by mentoring new developers, contributing to open-source projects and speaking at events.

Keynote: Matteo Collina

Matteo Collina

Matteo is a code pirate and mad scientist. He spends most of his days programming in node.js, but in the past he worked with Ruby, Java and Objective-C.

Sneak Preview

Take a trip down memory lane with these blog posts from previous editions of FullStack!


This year we had another successful #FullStackCon and as we look forward to our next StackFull Event (pun intended!) take the time to review our past events and experiences shared during the conference.

Leanne Vaughey from NearForm sheds light on Fullstack London 2019 inviting JavaScript and Fullstack developers to meet their team during the conference.


We had the pleasure of Dylan Schiemann presenting his talk on 'Choosing a Framework'. Read more about it and watch the talk over on the SitePen blog.

Last year some of the team from Kyan attended FullStack to learn the latest developments in JavaScript, IoT and Node. Read more about their experiences over on their blog.

Revisiting Ubuntu's blog from last year's conference is getting us all excited for next month’s edition. Find out more about the broad range of talks they visited and why they found them useful.

Last year Nathalie Christmann-Cooper gave her first tech talk to great response on her journey from graphic designer to web developer. Read about her experience over on her blog and her tips for public speaking.

We're really pleased to be welcoming Martin Woolley back this year for another talk on all things Bluetooth Mesh technology. A veteran of the technology, read about his experiences of last year over on his blog.

Interested in joining Martin and other experts at this year's conference? Check out the Programme Page for more info!


Kyan's David Quilter attended FullStack 2017 and lists his Top Six Talks from the conference.

Take a look back at the 2017 event with Nicholas Andre's comprehensive review of the venue, the schedule, the keynotes, the talks and even the food! Read his retrospective over on his blog.

Once again, Dylan Schiemann joined us for the event where he gave the keynote on Day 2 of the event, as well as a number of other sessions. Read about what he got up to over on the SitePen blog.

Joining us for his third year as an attendee was Erik Muller, read more about his time at the event on his blog, Slack Overflow.

For 2017, we were honoured to have DAZN come to the event as both a sponsor and attendees. You can find out what the team got up to over on their blog.

For 2019, we're really excited to be welcoming Sam Galson back to FullStack Con. Back in 2017 he came as attendee, read about his time over on his blog.


The team from To The New were also in attendance, you can find out about each day of the event in their brilliant breakdown blogs here , here and here.

Luca Marchesni from the Kuzzle team made the trip to London for the three-day event, you can read their thoughts on the Kuzzle blog.


Sarah Knight shares her experiences and highlights over on the RedBadger blog .

Alito Alvarez shares his notes from the conference and his highlights on Two-Factor Authentication and Security on 3 Chillies.


It was great to welcome a team of developers from The Guardian for our inaugural event way back in 2014! Share their experiences and review over on The Guardian Developer Blog!


Business Design Centre

Situated in Islington, one of London’s most vibrant areas, the BDC is within walking distance of Angel tube station and relatively close to Kings Cross, Farringdon, Liverpool Street and Euston stations. Conveniently located outside the congestion charge zone, the venue also benefits from on-site car parking, an adjacent Hilton Hotel, and has disabled access.


Business Design Centre

Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH, GB

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Call For Papers

Would you like to speak at FullStack London 2020? We want to hear your talk proposals! Talks will be selected by Skills Matter and the Programme Committee on the basis of making the conference a varied, diverse and valuable event.

Deadline for submission: COB 20th January 2020.

To apply, head to our Call For Papers form.

Volunteer at FullStack London 2020!

Interested in JavaScript, Node, Angular and IoT and eager to learn the latest news? You have the chance to get a free ticket to FullStack London 2020! All we need from you is some help in setting up the conference and assisting us during the conference itself! You will be free to attend the conference for the remainder of the time.

Are you ready then? Email us at and we will put your name down as a volunteer for FullStack London 2020! Shifts and detailed info will be confirmed about one month prior to the conference.

Help Us Shape the Conference - Share your ideas here!

We'd love your ideas on how we can better create the next edition! Let us know what kind of conference you would enjoy, share with us which experts you would like to learn from and contribute to the direction of the event! Share your ideas in the form below.

FullStack London 2020 Diversity Scholarship Plan

Skills Matter is proud and happy to share our FullStack Scholarship Plan which provides support to those from traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized groups in the technology and/or open source communities who may not have the opportunity to attend FullStack for various reasons.

Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of need and impact. Scholarship recipients will receive a complimentary ticket to the conference.

Please note, travel expenses are not covered under this scholarship and are the responsibility of the scholarship recipient.


Applicants should be from a traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized groups in the technology and/or open source communities and be unable to attend without some assistance.

We will be reviewing submissions and get back to applicants by 19th of January 2020.

We look forward to having you at FullStack London 2020!

To apply please fill in this form:


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