Who is this event for? Everyone!
• I know all of that!. Even better! NodeSchool is an open source project, so we can build up some new materials. We've got some ideas, or come along with your own.
What does the day look like?
• 09:30 Arrive, drink coffee and eat pastries
• 10:00 We'll get started
• 13:00 Lunch!
• 17:00 Finish up and head to bar/cafe for post-event celebrations
When we get set up you'll have the chance to pair up with another attendee or embark on a workshop on your own. We'll have mentors on-hand to help if you get stuck or give you suggestions on workshops you might like.
We'll be providing pastries from a local patisserie, and a burrito lunch. You'll get to build your own burrito/box. We'll also have a selection of fruits and snacks, teas and coffees.
If you have any concerns, questions or special dietary requirements (or any questions whatsoever) please get in touch with us beforehand so we can cater appropriately.
What isn't this event?
This isn't a competition, race or hackathon. There will be no prizes, other than basking in your own glory as you learn new things, meet new people, and have a good time.
I have a question
Great! You can reach out to any of the JSOxford organisers:
• Ryan Brooks ([masked]),[masked]
• Ben Foxall (https://twitter.com/benjaminbenben),[masked]
• Pete West (https://twitter.com/peterjwest)
What will I need?
You'll need a laptop and charger (or a swanky laptop that'll last the day). If you don't have access to a laptop (or a friend you can drag along with one), let us know and we'll do our best to sort you out.
You’ll need Node.js on your computer to get started, and if you have a chance to install it (https://nodejs.org/en/download/) before the event you'll be able to get started straight away.
Code of Conduct
We're committed to making JSOxford events fun, interesting and accessible. As part of that and to ensure that everyone feels welcome, all attendees, sponsors, and volunteers at our events are required to agree to our Code of Conduct (http://jsoxford.com/coc/).