NodeConf London is aimed at software experts at all stages of their Node.js journey, from coding right up to C-level decision making.
It brings together the sharpest minds from the enterprise with the industry’s leading software development heavyweights and the finest talent that London has to offer.
Community is a key value at nearForm and we’re keeping that very much in focus for NodeConf London.
Proceeds from the event are being donated to three local groups that mean a lot to everyone involved: NodeGirls, NodeBots and NodeSchool London.
What’s more, speakers can elect to donate their fee, thus generating even more cash for the causes.
The day is divided into the following segments:
You have a technical challenge, be it a legacy stack or a new set of algorithms. This segment of the conference aims to give you the confidence to start your new project, and to help you use Node.js in the right places.
Now that you’ve decided to start your project, you need to know how to build it. Let our experts give you the facts you need to know about Node.js Core, V8 and ChakraCore. We’re not here to demonstrate the latest tools—we want to give you the knowledge to build the latest tools.
So you’ve solved the technical challenges. Now you need deploy from your laptop into production. Learn how to optimize your continuous deployment pipelines for success while increasing in confidence along the way.
Congratulations! Your product is a success and you have lots of new users. Now you need to know how to scale your architecture in a robust, secure and efficient way. Let our experts show you how they have achieved success.
The Barbican Centre is located within walking distance from Barbican and Moorgate.
The nearest train stations are Liverpool Street and Farringdon.
Bus Route 153 runs directly past the Barbican along Chiswell Street.
Our nearest TFL bike station is Silk Street.
Cycle racks are available at the entrance to Car Park 5 and exit to Car Park 3 and helmets and equipment can be left in our free cloakrooms.
|Robots, code and people
|Server-less architecture in the wild
|The disintermediated web
|Making ES6 happen with ChakraCore and Node
|State of Node.js Core
|It goes to eleven
|How I learned to stop worrying
|Avoiding release paralysis
|Kill all humans
|SWIMming in the microservices ocean
|Node.js that’s hugely reliable, fast, and scalable