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Keystone, The Node.js Answer to Wordpress?

Charles King and Richard Key share their recent adventures with Keystone, a Node.js-based CMS. From what it does, how it works, and even the pros/cons, they spill the beans on everything they have learned about it. Sure to be informative and enlightening. As always, after the presentation you are welcome to stay and meet+greet.

Beer and non-alchoholic drinks will be provided by us!

Want to present at an upcoming TucsonJS? Let Richard or Eric know during the meetup or send us a message via the organizer’s contact button. We always need speakers! If you need an idea for a topic, we can help with that too.

Getting to the meetup by car: Connect is right in downtown Tucson, so if you are not biking, taking the bus, streetcar, or dirigible you are probably coming by automobile. Downtown street parking in metered spots is free after 5pm, but may be limited. (Should you find a spot on the street, please be careful not to block the streetcar!) Your best bet may be the Depot Plaza Garage (45 N 5th Ave). Check out the city’s parking guide for more info.

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  • Chad B.

    Great information, superb presenters, good group.

    2 · August 6

  • Charles K.

    Here is a link to the slides from last night. Thanks again for having me!

    4 · August 5

  • Brittany

    These guys know their stuff! Thoroughly explored the ins and outs of keystone. Engaging group tonight as well, great discussions!

    5 · August 4

  • Dennis

    Who knew that WordPress was a question? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    As much I love the always-creative event names, I'm going to have to invoke Betteridge's law of headlines on this one… 😉

    2 · July 7

    • Richard K.

      You will just have to come by and find out. ;)

      July 7

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