Catch me at DevLink 2014 this week!


I'm posting this on a Monday evening, which means in a couple hours I'm going to be hitting the road for Chattanooga, TN for the amazingly awesome DevLink Technical Conference!

I have been attending DevLink for years and years, and it is always a great time.

This year, I am presenting TWO talks:

Robust Web APIs with node.js and Express
The growth of node.js can solely be placed on it's community, and their ability to develop modules when a need arises. Developers constantly see ways they can abstract their code bases out into individual modules, which node.js has fantastic support for. In this presentation, Kevin Griffin will guide attendees through the process of creating a node module and distributing it in the Node Package Manager central repository.

Can't make this talk: head over here to make sure you get the latest slides and content.

Building node.js Modules
One of the many benefits of using node.js is the ability to quickly build and scale network applications. One of the best examples for a scalable application is a web server or an API. For those that might have built APIs in other languages or frameworks, you might find it is often cumbersome and difficult to manage. In this presentation, attendees will walk through rapidly developing an API with node.js and Express, a modular web framework built on top of node. Attendees will learn best practices for managing routes and the code that runs behind them.

Can't make this talk: head over here to make sure you get the latest slides and content.

I hope to see you there!

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