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Make Node.js Package. Become Famous.

Node.js has given JavaScript a new resurgence as a server-side language. No longer just for image rollovers and AJAX, JS is now available as a platform for creating lightning-fast, lightweight, networked applications. In this session, we will move beyond Node’s base web servers and Twitter applications, and into module development: those small, reusable components that are the foundation for every business application on every platform. Learn how to create a module within Node.js, how to test your module and validate functionality, and how to get your creation distributed into the wild. With this knowledge, you can make the next great Node package and become famous.

Speaker: Jay Harris

Jay is a code wrangler, software consultant, and president of Arana Software. He has been developing on the web for over 15 years, since the Blink tag lured him away from Visual Basic 3 in 1995. With a career focus on user experience, he has a passion for practices that improve quality and usability, and is an expert in continuous integration and in performance analysis and optimization. Jay is also an active contributor and speaker in the developer community, a Microsoft MVP in C#, ASPInsider, and an organizer of many conferences and user groups in the Ann Arbor area.

Originally from Rochester, New York, he and his wife, Amy, have lived in Michigan since 2003. They like Michigan, but still consider themselves tourists, and probably always will.

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  • Greg M.

    Jay Harris is a skilled presenter. I loved his slide design style.

    March 20, 2013

  • John Z.

    Unfortunately, I will be in Detroit, but I might make it back in time for a beer.

    March 18, 2013

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