Javascript, web technologies, and community building on the fourth Tuesday of every month at The Urban Hive.

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Sunday, June 26

NodeSchool

The Urban Hive
1931 H Street, Sacramento, CA, 95811

NodeSchool is an event that helps people new to JavaScript, Node.js, or programming in general get comfortable with self directed lessons. It is a group learning experience, where people of all skill levels come together to strengthen their understanding of JavaScript.

For more information, check out the main NodeSchool website.

NOTE: It is highly encouraged that you have Node pre-installed prior to coming to the event. This helps you hit the ground running and frees up our mentors to focus on helping through workshop issues and not installation issues.

    Schedule

  • social
    Doors Open

    Come in, grab a seat, and get settled. While this is a self-guided workshop, we do encourage everyone to pair up with another attendee. It is a great way to meet new people and help each other past small stumbling blocks.

  • mc
    NodeSchool Kickoff

    Our hosts will formally kickoff the day by going over the Code of Conduct and an overview of how NodeSchool works.

  • learn
    Learn some Node!

    Pick a self-guided workshop and start learning! Our mentors will be on hand to help you through any questions or problems you may have.

    Workshop options include Basic Javascript, Node, Git, Electron, Streams, GLSL Shaders, WebGL, Babel, and more! A complete list is available on the NodeSchool website.

  • social
    Take a Break!

    Step away from the computer and give your brain a break!

  • learn
    Keep Learning!

    Get back to it! If you have already completed your first workshop, go ahead and get started on another!

  • social
    Take a Break!

    Step away from the computer and give your brain a break!

  • learn
    You're Learning So Much!

    You’re probably a pro by now! Keep plugging away if you’re still in a workshop, or pick one more to close out the day!

  • mc
    Lessons Learned and Wrap-Up 

    Before we head home, let’s all take a minute and share what we’ve learned, what we’re still stumped on, and what we’re looking forward to.

What's Next?

NodeBots Day, Saturday, July 23 at U.C. Davis Extension

What else?

Want to speak at a future meetup? We accept 15, 30, and 45-minute talks on a wide variety of topics. Let us know what you'd like to talk about.

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