Node.js Interactive 2017 takes place in Vancouver from October 4-6. This event is packed with the most extensive line-up of talks and workshops that bring together the entire Node.js community - including technical project leads, top committers, end users, and leading enterprise tooling and services vendors. This content is essential for getting the most out of Node.js.
Experts sharing their experiences developing and deploying Node.js at scale:
Do you like hacking on hardware and software or simply want to try? Be sure to catch A Complete IoT Workshop, with Jeremy Foster, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft. In this hands-on session, you’ll work in a small group to hook up a Raspberry Pi 3 and a simple electronic circuit, and then write the code to send data to Azure IoT.
In Serverless Bots with Node.js, learn how to build both voice and chat bots using serverless technologies with Amir Shevat, Head of Developer Relations at Slack, and Alan Ho, Product Marketing Manager at Google. You’ll get a pulse on best practices for implementing enterprise bots for a variety of use cases, ranging from DevOps to HR and marketing.
Don’t miss out on Everything You Wanted to Know About Logging, with Charlie Robbins, Director of Engineering at GoDaddy. This talk will explore winston@3 and contrast it with other logging solutions that exist today -- not just from the perspective of performance, but from the perspective of flexibility across platforms.
Hear the story of Node.js at Alibaba, with Developer Joyee Cheung from Alibaba Cloud. Alibaba consists of many different subsidiaries, each with its own technical stack and business focus. Joyee will explain company efforts to unify Node.js development practices across the Alibaba group, including frameworks, infrastructures, and deployment.
One of the best parts of this event is the opportunity to connect with the robust Node.js community that gathers at this conference every year. Developers often spontaneously come together to work on new ideas or projects. These innovations are what help drive the code forward (and why we keep planning this event).
It’s not too late to catch the early bird registration special - Register by July 15 and save $349.00 on each conference pass.
See you in Vancouver!