We can’t wait to receive your Nodejs speech proposal with real use cases, applications, common pitfalls or best practices.
So if you think you have something to say get in contact with us!
Submit your paper via Google Doc.
Like in past editions every speaker has one hotel night covered as well as all the meals during the events. We’re also planning to give a small reimbursement for travel expenses.
Last year, on November 2012, we organized the second edition of NodeJSConf. We had over 200 participants from across Europe and sessions by local and international speakers like Max Bruning, Glenn Block, Sergi Mansilla, Felix Geisendörfer, Richard Rodger, Luciano Colosio, Vito Lo Russo, Simone Chiaretta, Sam Reghenzi, Andrew Nesbitt, Matteo Collina and Golo Roden.
Based on the success of the previous two editions and the continuously growing interest in NodeJs we decided to organize two great events for you: we announce a NodeJS workshop for 2013 and … wait for it … the official NodeJSConf 2014 !
The third edition of NodeJSConf, will be held on January 25th 2014 in Brescia.
The venue is the same of last time: Centro Paolo VI in Brescia, a large and modern congress center located within a beautiful palace from the 1500, close to the city historical center. We’ll have a main room with 200 seats, closed and open spaces (weather permitting) to have coffeebreaks, lunch and places for chatting with other attendees; the address is Via Calini 30 – Brescia.
Call for papers and registrations will open later this year, stay tuned!
Gabriele Lana and Sandro Paganotti will guide you through the development of a fully functional web application that uses NodeJS and AngularJS. The workshop aims to showcase how to work with the latest technology stack, we’ll explore methodologies, testing techniques, tips and tricks and some nice HTML5 features, such as websockets, in a real life working application.
The workshop will be held in italian, remember to bring your laptop!
14th December 2013
Talent Garden - Brescia
Via Cipro, 66 Brescia Italy
Gabriele Lana - @gabrielelana
I proudly call myself “Software Craftsman”. I began to love this profession as a child at the end of the ’80s and this feelings never left me since then. Now I have more than 15 years of professional experience in many fields such as: industrial automation (soft realtime), medical, banks, insurance, monitoring, servers for MMO realtime games, distributed search engine, mobile games, online/mobile payment platform and others.
Sandro Paganotti - @sandropaganotti
Sandro Paganotti (1983) is co-founder and software architect at Comparto Web. He loves developing web interfaces that showcase the full power of HTML5 and CSS3. He's author of "Designing next generation web Projects with CSS3" for Packt Publishing, technical writer for html.it, teacher at Accademia di belle arti Santa Giulia, Google Developer Expert in HTML5 and speaker at various technical events.
Here’s some picture from the previous NodeJsConf edition