3 DAY COURSE

Fast Track to Node.js Fundamentals

Topics covered at NODEJS-FUNDAMENTALS-01-03
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Are you interested in learning best practices and the fundamentals of Node.js? If you are looking for a hands-on course that explains the best ways to solve real-world software development problems, then this Node.js course is for you!

This Node.js fundamentals course focuses on the development of scalable server-side applications. Because Node.js is a powerful but also flexible technology, familiarity with the core principles and industry-standard development techniques and patterns is required. Designed to get your team through the core principles of Node.js development and advanced server-side JavaScript, this course provides the skills needed to solve real-world software development problems and deliver fast, real-time server-side applications.

Join us on this dive into Node.js and learn all about the fundamentals of this exciting, flexible and powerful tool.

Learn how to:

  • Employ best practices to build modular Node.js services
  • Effectively apply test-driven development to enhance program maintainability
  • Solve common IO problems with proven design patterns

What the community says

"Flew through content as everyone had a high intake. Extra content provided and was excellent."

Brad Morton, NHS Digital on 21st Feb 2018

"Great at presenting the available materials. Very good at answering questions, providing insight into best practices."

James Irish, Ruffer LLP on 21st Feb 2018

About the Experts

Sam Galson

Sam learned how to code at Founders and Coders after completing a PhD in History of Science. He worked on various projects for charities at Founders and Coders before joining YLD, where is is currently working with eLife Sciences and the Coko Foundation to build a set of open-source tools for scholarly publishing.

Ray Brooks

Ray is a Principal Consultant at YLD. He has been writing software continuously since 1986, when he learned BASIC and assembly language on his first Commodore 64. His professional career has spanned fifteen years to date, during which he’s worked for some of the largest players in the industry, including BT and Microsoft. and has delivered large projects for such household names as Trainline, Tesco, Compare the Market and Condé Nast.

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  • Basic usage, installation and REPL
  • Modules and NPM
  • Callbacks
  • Timers
  • Event Emitters
  • Asynchronous Flow Control
  • HTTP with Node
  • Logging
  • Testing
  • Testing Node.js modules
  • Integration Testing for HTTP services
  • Debugging techniques

Audience

Are you a developer, architect or software engineer who is new to Node.js or interested in learning the fundamentals to build a strong foundation for development? Then this course is for you!

Prerequisites

Attendees need to know the basics of JavaScript and have a basic familiarity with HTTP and the client-server model.

Bring your own hardware

To participate in this Node.js course, you are required to bring your own laptop so you can develop with your own tools and languages.

Overview

Are you interested in learning best practices and the fundamentals of Node.js? If you are looking for a hands-on course that explains the best ways to solve real-world software development problems, then this Node.js course is for you!

This Node.js fundamentals course focuses on the development of scalable server-side applications. Because Node.js is a powerful but also flexible technology, familiarity with the core principles and industry-standard development techniques and patterns is required. Designed to get your team through the core principles of Node.js development and advanced server-side JavaScript, this course provides the skills needed to solve real-world software development problems and deliver fast, real-time server-side applications.

Join us on this dive into Node.js and learn all about the fundamentals of this exciting, flexible and powerful tool.

Learn how to:

  • Employ best practices to build modular Node.js services
  • Effectively apply test-driven development to enhance program maintainability
  • Solve common IO problems with proven design patterns

What the community says

"Flew through content as everyone had a high intake. Extra content provided and was excellent."

Brad Morton, NHS Digital on 21st Feb 2018

"Great at presenting the available materials. Very good at answering questions, providing insight into best practices."

James Irish, Ruffer LLP on 21st Feb 2018

About the Experts

Sam Galson

Sam learned how to code at Founders and Coders after completing a PhD in History of Science. He worked on various projects for charities at Founders and Coders before joining YLD, where is is currently working with eLife Sciences and the Coko Foundation to build a set of open-source tools for scholarly publishing.

Ray Brooks

Ray is a Principal Consultant at YLD. He has been writing software continuously since 1986, when he learned BASIC and assembly language on his first Commodore 64. His professional career has spanned fifteen years to date, during which he’s worked for some of the largest players in the industry, including BT and Microsoft. and has delivered large projects for such household names as Trainline, Tesco, Compare the Market and Condé Nast.

Thanks to our partners

Program
  • Basic usage, installation and REPL
  • Modules and NPM
  • Callbacks
  • Timers
  • Event Emitters
  • Asynchronous Flow Control
  • HTTP with Node
  • Logging
  • Testing
  • Testing Node.js modules
  • Integration Testing for HTTP services
  • Debugging techniques
Audience

Audience

Are you a developer, architect or software engineer who is new to Node.js or interested in learning the fundamentals to build a strong foundation for development? Then this course is for you!

Prerequisites

Attendees need to know the basics of JavaScript and have a basic familiarity with HTTP and the client-server model.

Bring your own hardware

To participate in this Node.js course, you are required to bring your own laptop so you can develop with your own tools and languages.