THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW
Bring a laptop, and be ready to code! You’ll end this workshop with three fully-functional applications and an in-depth knowledge of the diverse approaches to application development using Node.js, and when to use each to meet your needs.
TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES
* A laptop, preferably with Node.js v0.10+ with NPM, Meteor.js v0.7+, Express.js v3+, and current versions of MongoDB and Redis already installed.
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Aaron is a software engineer currently located in Pittsburgh, PA. He received his Ph.D. in 2007, developing algorithms and software for 3D medical image analysis. He currently leads a software development team at Carnegie Mellon University, focusing on web application development and cloud systems.
Aaron is a polyglot programmer, with a keen interest in open source technologies. Some favorite technologies at the moment include Node.js, Python/Django, MongoDB, and Redis.
Tim celebrates software development using many languages and frameworks, heeding less to past experience in choosing technologies. Spring MVC, Hibernate, Rails, .NET MVC, Django and the variety of languages that come with are in his L1 cache. Among other endeavors to keep him sharp, he currently provides coded solutions for the Software Engineering Institute at CMU.
Tim received a B.S. in Computer Engineering in 2003 and resides in Pittsburgh, PA.
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