This month, we'll be offering the following lessons:
Not sure if NodeSchool is for you? Curious to find out how you can prepare? Check out our brand new Before You Come section...Sponsored by:
Come learn how to node! We'll be working together on open-source workshop lessons from nodeschool.io (see the registration page for which workshops we'll be doing each event). Come for the first time or come back and repeat a lesson over again--repetition is a good thing! Chances are good that you'll get further and understand more this time. :)
Come help others learn how to node! No need to be an expert, you just have to know a little more than someone else. Register as a mentor for any/all of our events and we'll be in touch with more details.
Still not sure if this is a good fit for you? Join our slack team.
Without sponsors, nodeschool would be in Jason's living room with very few chairs and no snacks. We'll be making sponsor tickets available on our registration page shortly, which will get you a place to put your sign/swag and a 2 minute pitch during our mid-event break. Stay tuned for more info...
We have a code of conduct that we're very serious about. Read it! If you don't agree, this is probably not the event for you.
Have suggestions about how we could improve the event for everybody? We want to hear them. (So bad.) Email us with anything -> email@example.com
We're serious when we say we care about including everyone--so much that Jason gave a talk at CascadiaJS about the topic. You can watch the video here if you're interested in hearing more, and like we've already said, get in touch if you have suggestions.
We want to make sure everyone who comes to NodeSchool gets the most out of it, so here are a few things to keep in mind: