Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ciudad Cultural Konex

17 - 19 November, 2016


The Conference

NodeConf Argentina is among the first international Node.js conferences taking place in Latin American territory, and a not-for-profit community effort to push Node.js forward in Argentina and Latin America as a whole.

This year’s conference will be a two–day event in sunny Buenos Aires, Argentina, held during November 17th, 18th & 19th. Both action-packed days will be comprised of internationally acclaimed, regional, and local speakers. We are expecting Noders, JavaScripters, front-enders, and other programmers from all over the world.

Our topmost concern is to guarantee the most enjoyable experience to our attendees, while providing a safe and welcoming environment for everyone.

The Organizers


Nicolás is a frequent conference speaker, a published author, a profilic open-source contributor, and passionate about community-building in Buenos Aires – where he organizes BeerJS and co-organizes NodeSchool events. He knows the conference scene inside out and understands what turns an event into an unforgettable experience.


Alejandro initially brought NodeSchool to Buenos Aires, jumpstarting the local Node.js community. He is passionate about education, electronics, open-source, and community-driven events. These days, he also helps organize NodeBots and a local Node.js meetup. He knows how to foster an inclusive environment where attendees can share their knowledge, learn, feel safe and make friends.


Leandro has over 15 years experience in development, managing teams ranging from infrastructure to interface design. He’s an IoT enthusiast and an early Node.js adopter. Leandro produced important cultural events in the City of Buenos Aires, having worked in public broadcasting for several years. He brings a wealth of event–organizing experience to the table.


Lars is a JavaScript hacker and has been using Node.js in production for several years in his role as the technical lead of a Buenos Aires— based startup. Growing the local Node.js community is what drives him: he helps organize NodeSchool and a local Node.js meetup. He is passionate about offering community-building opportunities, as well as spreading technical knowledge about Node.js.