I guarantee you will leave inspired.
Your talk sounds fantastic. I'll try to make it and introduce myself.
Feb 2015: Meta Refresh, on web UI (https://metarefresh.in) and Construkt Festival, on tech startups (http://construkt.me)
May 2015: Rootconf, on devops and cloud infrastructure (https://rootconf.in)
Jul 2015: The Fifth Elephant, on big data and analytics (https://fifthelephant.in)
Dec 2015: Droidcon India, on Android (https://droidcon.in)
All conference videos are available at https://hasgeek.tv
Take a look at the last few years' videos to get an idea of why this is worth attending, which is probably the harder detail for people who have to travel to attend conferences.
Went to JSConf US this year in the beautiful Amelia Islands (right off the coast of Jacksonville, FL) and had an absolute blast!
Extremely well organized, knowledgeable, and a ton of fun!
But love it here anyhow!
I went to linux.conf.au for five years in a row (from India).
Heard people like like Andrew Tanenbaum and Bruce Schneier, more importantly go to ask them questions (yes, that's the point).
Rusty, Tridge, Linus, Bdale, Keith Packard, Lennart, Garret, Val Henson, Rasmus ... if you work on the lower layers of the linux ecosystem, this is a pretty awesome place to head to.
The only downside was that I returned from the conference every year with a sensation of having wasted the entire year before not doing anything significant (of course, I worked on a lot of small things, but nothing which took a year to write).
Rubyconf is here and various other ones not related to ruby.
The International Ruby Conference -- more commonly known as RubyConf -- has been the main annual gathering of Rubyists from around the world since 2001.
April 21-23, 2015 • Atlanta, Georgia
Something similar to JsConf:
Free 1 day software conference. Development, DevOps, Mobile, Web, NoSQL, Cloud, Functional Programming, Startups and more.
QCon London 2015
9th International Software Development Conference
QCon New York 2015
The 4th Annual International Software Development Conference
Maybe: http://sxsw.com/interactive ?
Less Web Dev though ( http://www.gdconf.com/ )
Game Developers Conference
I think there will be:
http://html5devconf.com/ for 2014 as well.
Here are some other conferences about "Computer Image Analysis, Computer Vision Conferences One Year Calendar"
If you're tight on time or money, they're also a decent choice because they're inexpensive by design (almost always under $50 for a 2-day conference; I believe WordCamp Chicago 2014 was $60 if you included the Friday training tracks) and they're generally on weekends.
You can get a fair idea of some of the things you'll find at them and where to find them by going to http://wordcamp.org, and you can find a variety of videos at http://wordpress.tv
linux.conf.au 2015 is coming up very soon, but you might want to start planning for linux.conf.au 2016.
In general, I highly recommend the LWN events and CFP calendars: https://lwn.net/Calendar/ and https://lwn.net/Calendar/Monthly/cfp/ . Use the former if you plan to attend, or the latter to know when to submit proposals.
Add: There are some well known people from various dev communities that attend and/or present. Its kindof cool to be feet from them or even better getting hang out with them since its not massive in head count.
Soup to nuts.
YAPC is a lot of fun. While Perl specific there are always talks about other stacks/languages.
My list so far:
WordPress Seattle and Vancouver
Ruby on Rails conf