Node.js Lab Day {i}

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

27 April 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.


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. This is the first event to be held.

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.

23 known attendees

  • Craig Moore
  • Chris Newton
  • Benjie
  • Ramesh Bajgain
  • Prem Rose
  • 05creative*
  • Sky Apperley
  • Andrew Cherry
  • Cristiano Solarino
  • Adam Yeats
  • Paul Wright
  • Chris Andrews
  • Mark Chapman
  • Julian Weaver
  • Simon Elliott
  • Gareth Griffiths
  • LJDavies
  • Dan Murray
  • Lab for the Recently Possible
  • Adhip Gupta
  • Thomas Parslow
  • Dharmafly

15 people tracking this event

  • Jay Greasley
  • Dan Eastwell
  • Robert Douglas
  • Miles Sabin
  • Stefan Pearson
  • Luis Abreu
  • Steve Winton
  • Giulia Alfonsi
  • Riccardo Tonini
  • stuart lamour
  • Jae Task
  • Alberto Velaz
  • shaman_sir
  • Ollie Glass
  • Benjamin Parry

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