Check out the following ways to engage with our contributors.
Wednesday, December 11 @ 11:00 — Node.js Help Alive! — Gireesh Punathil
Wednesday, December 11 @ 2:20 — Next Generation N-API: A Hands-on Workshop – Michael Dawson (extra helper)
Wednesday December 11 @ 9:55 — Keynote — Joe Sepi
Wednesday, December 11 @ 11:00 — Node.js in a Kubernetes World — Michael Dawson
Wednesday, December 11 @ 11:00 — Node.js 12: A Decade of Node.js — Beth Griggs
Wednesday, December 11 @ 11:40 — FaaS meets Node.js Frameworks: Developing Cloud Native Node.js Applications at Speed — Chris Bailey
Wednesday, December 11 @ 12:20 — Happy Developers, Healthy Modules – Together We Can Do This — Michael Dawson
Wednesday, December 11 @ 12:20 — Node.js Diagnostic Best Practices – Gireesh Punathil, IBM
Thursday, December 12 @ 9:00 — A Chat with the Node.js Technical Steering Committee — Michael Dawson
Thursday, December 12 @ 14:40 — Throw me a Lifebuoy: Debugging Node.js in Production with Diagnostic Reports — Christopher Hiller
Thursday, December 12 @ 16:00 — Open Office Hours with Cross Project Council — Joe Sepi/Michael Dawson/Chris Hiller
QuickLabs – get your hands on the code and quickly build cloud-native apps and microservices with Node.js and the latest open technologies including Kabanero, Appsody, and Codewind. Prizes for completing a quicklab include some cool SWAG including IBM Rebus socks and reusable metal straws.
Get cloud-native with Kabanero and Appsody
Infused with cloud native capabilities from the moment you start, Kabanero and Appsody provide everything you need to iteratively develop applications, ready for deployment to Kubernetes environments and empowered with sharable technology stacks, configurable and controllable through a central hub.
No infrastructure, just code. See the simplicity of serverless
Create, build, and run a cloud-native Node serverless app in less than 5 minutes
Create REST APIs in minutes with LoopBack 4
Create a ToDo application that keeps track of to-do items using an in-memory database
Can’t make it to Node+JS Interactive, or want to explore more of Node.js @ IBM, check out the Node.js technology page on IBM Developer.
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