We’re excited to be a headline sponsor at Node Summit 2018 and look forward to connecting with you around some great technology. To help make your experience even better, the IBM team is delivering some exciting sessions, providing hands-on experience in QuickLabs, and giving you a chance to chat with some of our key subject-matter-experts at our booth. We’re ready to discuss the latest in Node.js, Cloud native development, AI integration, and look forward to meeting you.

Hands-on QuickLabs (15 minute)

July 24-25 in the exhibition area

Our QuickLabs give you an easy and fast way to try out the latest code patterns related to cloud native development with Node.js. Bring your laptop or use one of ours and get hands-on experience with Node.js and other open technologies including Apache OpenWhisk (serverless), Kubernetes, and many others. We’ll walk you through how to build cloud native applications and services supporting AI, IoT, and mobile solutions.

Why wait for the Training Days when, in just 15 minutes, you can successfully build cloud native apps and services in the IBM Cloud?

Our QuickLabs include:

  • Call for Code – Get more insightful search results with Node.js and Watson Discovery
  • Cloud Native Development – Build serverless microservices
  • Cloud Native Development – Create highly scalable web application microservices with Node.js

IBMers speaking at Node Summit

Check out these Node Summit sessions featuring IBM speakers:
  • Workshop – 2-hour Intro Get Started with N-API (focus on Modules), with Michael Dawson as one of the mentors from the N-API team, @ 10:10 am – 12:10 pm on Day 0
  • NodeTalk – Building Next Generation Add-on Modules for Node.js, by Michael Dawson, @ 1:35 pm on Day 0
  • NodeTalk – The Art of Extensibility and Composability, by Taranveer Virk @ 4:20 pm on Day 1
  • NodeTalk – Cloud Native Node.js, by Chris Bailey and Bethany Griggs, @ 3:35 pm on Day 2
  • NodeTalk – Node.js: What’s Next, by Michael Dawson and Tierney Cyren, @ 4:40 pm on Day 2
  • NodeTalk – Follow your Code: Node/V8 Tracing; by Gireesh Punathil, @ 12:35 pm on Day 2
  • Panel Discussion – How to Handle Security in the Node.js Ecosystem, Michael Dawson – moderator, @ 9:50 am on Day 2
  • Panel Discussion – Node.js’ Role and Readiness for the Cloud, Michael Dawson – moderator, @ 4:05 pm on Day 2
  • Node Regular Expressions For Everyone, by Erin McKean, @ 3:35 pm on Day 2
  • Applying Object Character Recognition and Kubernetes to Twitch, by Cullen Taylor, @ 3:50 pm on Day 2

Jon us at the IBM Booth

Stop by the IBM booth to get hands-on experience with how IBM is leveraging Node.js and other open technologies including Apache OpenWhisk, Kubernetes, and many others. We’d love to chat about how we’re using this tech to build cloud-native applications and services that support AI, IoT, and mobile solutions. In addition, if you’ve seen a talk by an IBMer and would like to talk to them further but are having a hard time catching up with them, stop by the booth and we’ll help you get connected. You might also want to sign up for our raffle of an Apple TV 4K.

Can’t make it to Node Summit?

If you can’t attend Node Summit 2018 or get too busy to stop by and see us, all is not lost. We invite you to check out the following Node@IBM resources available to you now and after the event. These resources will give you hands-on experience with some of the cool tools and technology — and, yes, code — that IBM will be showcasing at Node Summit, right from your laptop. Enjoy!

Answer the Call for Code

The growing, impactful open source community has accelerated the advancement and availability of cloud, data, mobile, and AI technologies. Now is the perfect time to empower developers to wield these technologies to help the over 2.5 billion people who have been directly affected by natural disasters since 2000.

2017 was one of the worst years of record for fires, floods, earthquakes, and storms. IBM finds it imperative to help solve such a pressing societal issue, which is why we are the founding member of the global Call for Code initiative created by David Clark–aiming to support the work of the United Nations Human Rights Office and American Red Cross’s international network in their efforts to minimize the devastating human impact of fires, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and tsunamis.

Who better to quickly discover new and innovative ways to help these efforts than you and the Node.js Community?

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