My speaker rider

I’m honoured that you want to invite me to speak at your event. Here is what you need to know before you send me your invitation.

I love speaking about front-end Web technologies. I love talking not only about the what and why, but specifically the how technologies are used, from the basics all the way to using them to solve common design & development challenges. If you’re familiar with my talks, you know that my talks are highly technical, full of practical tips and take-aways from real-life projects. So, if you believe my talks will bring value to your event, please take a couple of minutes to read the following information as it is integral to my speaking agreement.

Costs & expenses

Note: Visa applications usually require my passport to be held at embassies for a non-trivial amount of time. Since I live in Lebanon, I need to apply for visas a lot, so I usually take that into account when planning my conference engagements. Unless your event is held in the US, Canada or the EU (Schengen area), depending on your event dates, I may not be able to apply for a visa for your event and may unfortunately need to decline your invitation for this reason.

Stage and tech specs

Other info

Sending your invitation

In order to help me prioritize a response to your email, please include “Invitation to Speak at…” in your email subject line, plus the following information in your invitation:

I’m fortunate enough to be in demand, so the sooner you get in touch regarding your request, the better. Confirmed events are listed on my speaking page. I also have other professional engagements, so please send me an email if you would like to check availability. That said, please note that I do not like to confirm events more than 8 months ahead of the conference date.

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