May 07, 2013 - by Hannah Simon
As many of you may know, Nodestack.org was originally formed by Joyent, 10Gen, Nodejitsu, Clock and MongoLab to provide content around a specific stack of technology for web based architectures of all shapes and sizes. The stack includes Node.js, MongoDB and SmartOS. Nodestack does not propose that this is the best stack for all application architectures but targets the content to act as a compass for companies and developers looking for a tightly integrated stack option to build the next great app.
Last October, we held the first Nodestack Web Conference. The event was wildly successful, so we decided to create some smaller web-based events that would allow us to deliver updates and deeper technical items on a more frequent basis. The first two of these events will happen in May and June, and we expect that they will help guide us toward the future of Nodestack and our second annual Nodestack Web Conference in Fall 2013.
Below, you’ll find the webinar information. We look forward to having you join us!
Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM PDT
In this event, we will dive deeper into the stack components, and we’re bringing some familiar Node.js faces into the mix. Up first will be a tag-team presentation by Isaac Schlueter and Charlie Robbins, who each provide us with an update on 0.10 and also review the future of Node.js. We are also bringing back some fan favorites including both Aaron Heckman from 10Gen and Nuno Job from Nodejitsu, to keep diving into MongoDB, Node.js and SmartOS.
Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
In this event, we will go beyond the theory and talk about production use of Nodestack from various angles of the stack. Up first will be Jason Hoffman, CTO at Joyent, who will talk about the long history of using Node.js in production at Joyent. From there, we will have Paul Serby from Clock talk about bringing the front and backends together for the optimal production user experience. Last but not least will be Will Shulman, CEO of MongoLab, reviewing their deep experience running MondoDB in the cloud.