San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The best way to learn web development is to start building web applications. We've designed an experience around doing just that.
This course is focused on building a product. We'll guide you through re-creating our own version of the popular website, Airbnb.
We will build everything together, line-by-line and we end with a working application. No slides or fluff. Just focused, practical guidance.
Session 1: May 28th, 6PM - 9PM
Session 2: May 29th, 6PM - 9PM
Session 3: May 31th, 10AM - 5PM
Session 4: June 1st, 10AM - 5PM
Trevor McLeod and Brian Falk will be teaching. Please visit NodeLingo to learn more about the instructors.
Wednesday & Thursday, May 28th & 29th
The goal for the first two sessions is to introduce and implement patterns for consuming web APIs and displaying data in a simple, clean user interface.
Saturday & Sunday, May 30th & June 1st
During the weekend sessions, we will dive into server-side web development and engineer our own API. We will be using Node.js to design our back-end. Again, leveraging prominent tools like Express and MongoDB to build.
The goal for the weekend is to understand Node.js' event-based architecture and learn how to create RESTful services that accept and respond to web requests.
The patterns we will cover are meant to be replicated across a wide range of domains, and we've carefully chosen each component to be representative of the tasks you'll encounter while building modern web applications.
When & Where
NodeLingo is a team of passionate instructors, focused on teaching cutting-edge web development. Our live workshops are hands-on and immersive. Our Product Driven Learning approach focuses on practical, real-world examples to help students quickly and confidently implement their knowledge.