Last week, I did a live Q&A session for people who bought my new book Pro Express.js, but you can watch the recording here. Click on the apps icon (next to the ? icon), and then click on the Q&A button to see the questions. If you haven’t bought Pro Express.js, then you can do it on Amazon.com… and start mastering the framework for you Node.js web development.
PS: You can also watch the session on YouTube, but I recommend Google +.
Here is the summary of questions and answers which you can also get in a PDF —>>> Pro Express.js Q&A, or read below.
We’re glad to announce intensive Node.js, MongoDB and Express.js course in the Bay Area — Node Program.
The July 2014 course has only 10 seats (only 10 students!), and the registration will be open from 6/11/2014 9am PT to 07/21/2014 11:30pm PT.
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WHAT IS NODE PROGRAM?
Node Program is the fastest and most engaging way to get started with Node.js, MongoDB and Express.js. It’s an intensive weekend-long live course taught in the Bay Area by skilled experts who have run Node.js in production for years! Node Program is the ultimate way to get up and running with the foundations of Node.js, by learning the required foundational skills to use Node.js!
NODE PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
- Engaging: Live experience learning from instructors, mentors and peers
- Customized: Uniquely tailored to your needs; treat us as your consultants and coaches!
- Convenient: One weekend (16h), no need to take PTO or travel (Bay Area)
- Limited: Only 10 seats in each course; students undergo application process to insure they get the maximum out of the program and plenty of individualized attention
- Exclusive: The course will be repeated only 6 times
- Tested: Instructors have years of practical experience with Node.js and materials have been carefully developed and tested for success
- Practical: Students will walk out with multiple Node.js apps (projects)
- Transferable: Node Program is non-refundable because we want 100% commitment from students; but in the case of unforeseen circumstances you can transfer registration to another person before the deadline.
For more information, go to the event page.
In the modern society, it’s not enough anymore just to graduate from a four-year college, and hope the skills and education acquired there will get you through the next 30–40 years of professional life. This is very prominent in software and technology fields, but applicable to many other industries as well.
In the age of the information workers, just to stay competitive on the market place, we constantly need to re-invent or jobs and ourselves. However, not everybody is happy about it. I often find people who don’t read professional books, magazines, blogs, and don’t learn outside of the job duties. Wake up people!
It’s so easy. MOOCs and online courses like Udemy and CreativeLive provide affordable interactive education. Free online ebooks are everywhere. Pick up a new language like Node.js or build something cool with React.
It’s no surprise that tomorrow, these people might be the first to be left on the outskirts of professional world . And when this happens, whom they’ll blame?
Programming languages like BASIC, Python, C has boring machine-like nature which requires developers to write extra code that’s not directly related to the solution itself. Think about line numbers in BASIC or interfaces, classes and patterns in Java.
Perception about what being a software engineer means is probably one of the biggest challenges to overcome before joining a coding bootcamp. For decades, software engineers were perceived as scientists that require extensive education and dedication to the field. They would work on huge mainframes, programmed using punch cards and had to read whole programming language manuals before writing their first lines of code.