Paul Nashawaty explains how this Modulus workshop can transform beginning Node.js developers into advanced rock stars.
If you’ve heard of Node.js, you’ve probably heard it allows you to build lightning-speed, scalable apps or that it is perfect for building multi-user, real-time web apps (like chat or games), or even that it lets you take advantage of data streaming in new ways (like transcoding audio or video files while they’re uploading). Well, all of this is true! So why not consider using Node when building your next great application?
Maybe you’re new to Node or interested in learning more before you dive in to this new application development framework. If you are a Node.js beginner, or simply someone looking to develop quick, scalable apps that run on every device, we’ve got the perfect way to get you up to speed quickly.
Attend an upcoming Modulus Online Node Primer workshop during the week of November 17th, and in just 4 hours you’ll be able to understand Node and how it works, identify common use cases, build optimal web servers and design simple Node.js systems. Our Modulus experts will teach you everything you need to know from web servers to command-line scripts, all in a hands-on environment with simple and practical examples of production-level applications. Come with little to no knowledge of Node.js and leave ready to develop a Node.js application. It’s that simple.
Busy schedule? Don’t worry; Modulus will be offering workshops throughout the week at both morning and afternoon times to accommodate everyone. To learn more or reserve your spot in one of the November workshops, purchase a ticket here. We hope to “see” you there!
As the senior director of product marketing and strategy for the Progress solutions and audience marketing team, Paul Nashawaty keeps his eyes peeled on what enterprises are doing about big data as it relates to digital transformation. Paul is responsible for applying practical business methodologies using technological solutions to drive success in organizations.
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