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Node.js Lab Day {ii}

A day of experimenting with Node.js, for beginners and experts

11 May 2012 from 10am to 6pm

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A day of Node.js hacking in fine company. It's an experiment, and it's free.

If you've never touched Node and have been waiting for a good time to start, then come along and learn how to get going. We'll explain the basics and help you along the way.

If you're a seasoned Node hacker, then here is a time and space to work on a homegrown project, or to tinker on some new directions with fellow pioneers.

There's plenty of scope for collaborating on a group project (the idea of a realtime multiplayer game environment was mentioned), or to chip away at a personal project, knowing that somebody across the table will be able to help with any little questions or roadblocks that may arise.

And if the day is a success, then we can do it again.

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The venue is the new Lab for the Recently Possible, a social project set up by Dharmafly for learning, collaboration and incubation at the edges of technology, social movements, art and culture.

If you're a freelancer, consider it your 20% time. Or if you're an employee, it's 20% time beyond the walls of your company, interfacing with the community.

8 sessions

16 known attendees

  • Chris Newton
  • Craig Moore
  • Ramesh Bajgain
  • Prem Rose
  • 05creative*
  • Cristiano Solarino
  • Adam Yeats
  • Julian Weaver
  • Simon Elliott
  • Aron
  • Bill Parslow
  • Lab for the Recently Possible
  • Thomas Parslow
  • Dharmafly
  • DefMex

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  • Jay Greasley
  • Benjie Gillam
  • David Roessli
  • Chris Andrews
  • Gaurav Mishra
  • Giulia Alfonsi
  • Riccardo Tonini
  • stuart lamour
  • Alessandro Raffa
  • Mike Bardzinski

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