Node.js MiniConference & LoopBack Hackathon

19 October 2013 from 8am to 7:30pm

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StrongLoop is proud to present a “What’s New in Node.js” Mini-Conference and a LoopBack Hackathon on Saturday, October 19th. The conference topics range from an introduction to NuJS, tips for clustering, debugging and monitoring Node.js, and an introduction to the open source mBaaS, LoopBack. These discussions will be followed by pizza, beers and a LoopBack Hackathon, with cool prizes up for grabs!

If you are at all interested in making the most of Node.js, you should be here! The LoopBack Hackathon: Our seven-hour LoopBack Hackathon challenges you to create an app using the LoopBack mBaas and demo that app on a mobile device or a mobile simulator! We’re giving away two gadgets for the most creative and most original entries while balancing functionality.

The prizes are: Google Nexus 7 Tablet w/ Android 4.1 OS Samsung 11.6" Chromebook

The Speakers:
Bert Belder.
Sam Roberts.
Miroslav Bajitos.
Mitch Granger.
Ritchie Martori.

5 speakers

  • Bert Belder @piscisaureus Bert Belder has been hacking on Node.js since 2010, and he is also one of the principal authors of libuv which is the library on which Node.js is built.
  • Sam Roberts Sam is a member of StrongLoop's technical staff and has hacked on remotely controlled undersea robots, cryptographic toolkits, and industrial network protocols.
  • Mitch Granger Mitch is Dev Manager and Lead Developer on StrongOps and a full-stack developer who's worked in web, telecom, security, mobile and monitoring.

10 sessions

4 known attendees

  • Bert Belder
  • David Whiteley
  • Miroslav Bajtoš
  • Ritchie Martori

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