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A First Look at the Node+JS Interactive Schedule

By August 8, 2019Blog

The Node+JS Interactive schedule is live! Node+JS Interactive is an annual event that brings the wider Node.js and JavaScript communities together to collaborate face-to-face, network, and share their experiences deploying IoT, serverless, cloud native and progressive web apps, and much more. The conference takes place from December 11-12, 2019 in Montreal, Canada.

Attendees will benefit from face-to-face interaction discussing a variety of important topics like accessibility and internationalization. Additionally, the program will provide content that is appealing to a broad spectrum of members of the JavaScript ecosystem including topics like Node.js, frameworks, best practices and success stories from some of the world’s biggest companies deploying innovative applications at massive scale. Register here by September 20, 2019 to save up to $549USD on registration. 

The OpenJS Foundation is excited to share the initial schedule today. A few sessions to look forward to include:

  • Looking at the Future of Express: Using and Contributing to Express in 2020 – Wes Todd, Senior Software Engineer, Netflix
  • Node.js 12: A Decade of Node.js – Beth Griggs, Open Source Engineer, IBM
  • Hacker-Powered Data: The Most Common Security Weaknesses and How to Avoid Them – Miju Han, Director of Product Management, HackerOne
  • The State of the Art in Localization – Eemeli Aro, Library Developer, Vincit
  • Hands-on Intro to Kubernetes (and OpenShift) for JS Developers – Jan Kleinert, Developer Advocate, Red Hat & Ryan Jarvinen, Developer Advocate, Red Hat

There are plenty more to come, which will cover everything from diagnostics testing to progressive web applications to security and more.

As always, thank you to our awesome sponsors for supporting Node+JS Interactive!
Gold Sponsor: Sentry
Silver Sponsor: Red Hat
Bronze Sponsors: Linode, NodeRun

Visit the event website for more info on sponsoring the event.

Stay tuned for more as the full schedule, with keynotes, will be available in the coming weeks. 

Keep informed on everything that is happening by following us on Twitter (hashtag #NodeJSInteractive). You can find all the details for the upcoming event by visiting the Node+JS Interactive website.