What we're about

Node.js-IL is the Israeli community of node.js enthusiasts and professionals.
We meet once a month to discuss Node.js, its frameworks, and best practices.

Check out our website - http://www.nodejsil.com for more information

Please read our group code of conduct - http://www.nodejsil.com/coc.html

Upcoming events (4+)

October (No 2) 2021 Node.js monthly meetup

BigID

Details
18:00 - Mingling 🎉, SWAG 🎁, pizza 🍕, and beers 🍻

18:30 - Build a NestJS app in no time using annotations
19:10 - Scaling the codebase: avoiding monolithic spaghetti code
19:45 - ---> Raffle intellij Licenses!

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18:30 - Build a NestJS app in no time using annotations
By Dvir Arad & Gal Malachi, R&D Team leads @ BigID

At our lecture, we going the demonstrate how a developer can build a NestJS microservice in 30 min.
We going to develop a basic CRUD microservice LIVE during the lecture while explaining the benefit of using pre-defined annotation at the code

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19:10 - Scaling the codebase: avoiding monolithic spaghetti code
By Gil Tayar, Senior Architect @ Roundforest

How does one build a scalable development team? Everybody’s been there: a company that started lean and fast, but now it has tens and hundreds of developers, and millions of lines of code, and the development velocity goes down the drain. Everybody’s stuck in a viscous fluid, able to only move slowly.
How do we avoid this scenario? How do we create a codebase that scales with the developers? A codebase that doesn’t stop the developers doing what they know best: write code and deploy it to production?
This talk is about code architecture that does exactly that: enables scaling the code by modularizing it, and thus avoids creating a big ball of unmaintainable spaghetti code.

19:45 - Raffle intellij Licenses

Node.TLV 2021 - International Conference *Paid Event*

Tel Aviv-Yafo

Node.js-IL & EventHandler are proud to introduce the return of Node.TLV! Israel's Node.js conference!

*** For more information & tickets visits ***
Official website: http://www.NodeTLV.com
Discounted tickets: https://nodetlv21.eventbrite.com/?discount=NODEJSIL

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Node.TLV brings top local and international speakers in Node.js to share their experiences with over 600+ attendees from all over the world. The conference features advanced topics aimed for experienced developers. It is also a great opportunity for R&D and product managers to evaluate the business advantages of Node.js.

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*Israel’s Node.js Full Day Conference*
We are thrilled to present a fully dedicated to Node.js. Held in the center of the vibrant city of Tel Aviv, this community-driven event is a day packed with advanced lectures by internationally renowned speakers, and networking opportunities with over 600 attendees from all around the world, that share a passion for Node.js.

Node.TLV targets both beginner and experienced devs in two parallel tracks with sessions about Node.js and everything about the ecosystem that is aimed both at beginners and experts.

December 2021 Node.js monthly meetup

Soluto

Details
18:00 - Gathering, mingling, pizza, and beers

18:30 -
19:10 - Vulnerable VS code extensions: a supply-chain story
19:45 - ---> Raffle Node.TLV 2020 ticket!! & intellij Licenses!
(more details in https://www.nodetlv.com/)

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19:10 - Vulnerable VS code extensions: a supply-chain story
Raul Onitza-Klugman, Security Researcher @ Snyk

I'm gonna talk about supply chain attacks and how vulnerabilities we discovered in the popular VS code IDE extensions are a novel vector to carry those out (with some demos of exploits of course).

19:45 - Raffle Node.TLV 2020 ticket!! (more details in https://www.nodetlv.com/)

January 2022 Node.js monthly meetup

Autodesk TLV

Details
18:00 - Gathering, mingling, pizza, and beers

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19:45 - ---> Raffle Node.TLV 2020 ticket!! & intellij Licenses!
(more details in https://www.nodetlv.com/)

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19:45 - Raffle Node.TLV 2020 ticket!! (more details in https://www.nodetlv.com/)

Past events (52)

October #1 - Node.js monthly meetup

Lusha office

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