We’re looking forward to the robust Node.js community coming together at Node.js Interactive 2017, which takes place October 4-6 in Vancouver.
You don’t want to miss out on your opportunity to learn about best practices with Node.js in security, diagnostics (debugging, performance, monitoring), serverless, containers, IoT and more.
Want a taste of what to expect? Check out last year’s event highlights!
Here a closer look at what will take place this year:
Thought Provoking Presentations and In-Depth Workshops:
If there's anything that decades of psychology research have shown us, it's that human cognition is full of bias and fallacy. Even smart software engineers are not immune to being humans. Catch Jenna Zeigen, engineering manager at Digital Ocean, and her talk on “How your Brain is Conspiring Against You Making Good Software” to learn more about how the mind works, how it’s making us worse, and what to do about it.
How do we best guide new developers through the initial steps of setting up a computer with needed dependencies? Seth Vincent, a developer at Development Seed will hold a workshop called, “Building Interactive Workshops with Electron.” In this hands on experience, you’ll complete the adventuretron - adventure workshop, which will guide you through creating a desktop app with localization, interactive & testable code blocks, and progress tracking that gives feedback on the learner's work.
In the Node.js Performance Workshop, Matteo Collina, software architect at NearForm and David Mark Clements, principal architect at Nearform, will ensure that each participant solves several performance issues in a given HTTP application. Methods and tools include 0x for flamegraph generation, autocannon for HTTP/1.1 benchmarking, v8 trace analysis, and bytecode interpretation all within a structured analysis workflow.
For more details, check out the full Node.js Interactive 2017 agenda here.