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Up to speed with ClojureScript (CLJS) & How to affordably build high volume, bandwidth heavy infrastructure!

Ben M.
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Portland, OR
Hey Nodesters!

As always, we're here to bring you the best that Node has to offer in PDX, and expand our understanding of the JavaScript universe together!

Over the past couple months we've enjoyed:

This month we're keeping things fresh with and up-to-speed on ClojureScript and a how-to on affordably building high-volume, bandwidth-heavy infrastructure!

Welcome to PDXNode: July Edition.

First to the mic is the infamous, Kyle Drake.

Kyle had a vision once. He saw a future where the Internet wasn't filled by a few walled gardens or homogenized services for building sites on the Web. Thinking back on the early WWW days, he recalled a time when there were no rules or boundaries on what you could do with a static site and a few free MBs of storage. The Internet was your canvas, and showing your work was as simple as using GeoCities and Anglefire.

He saw that gap where the individual creativity was being lost, and claimed a new corner of the web where creatives could to bring it back. This is why he founded

Kyle is going to share with us about how he's been able to achieve and maintain > 137,600 static web sites (and counting) with neocities, as he dives into "How to affordably build high volume, bandwidth heavy infrastructure"

Closing us out is incredible Julio Barros

Julio has been around the Realtime community in Portland ever since it ever was a thing. He's helped countless businesses improve and automate their processes for > 20 years and is really into Machine Learning and Clojure & ClojureScript.

He's going to bring us "Up to speed with ClojureScript (CLJS)"

ClojureScript is a fun, modern, productive, dynamic language that compiles to JavaScript! Though it might not be familiar to you–ClojureScript with its functional & immutable nature, is a simple and powerful way to build complex single page apps, back end services, and serverless functionality.

Julio will introduce the ClojureScript development process, discuss recent developments in it's eco-system, and examine the benefits and use cases where ClojureScript excels. Even if your company doesn't adopt ClojureScript, you'll have fun picking up awesome tips to make you more productive in your language of choice.

New to Node?
If you're new to Node and want to get up and running for the first time, please let any of the organizers know, and we will do our best to help you get your Node-needs met. Whether it's getting Node installed on your machine for the first time, or if you're looking for some great resources, we'll try to answer any questions you may have.

Looking for work?
Early in the night we'll give the floor to individuals and teams who're looking to hire people for open positions. We'll also ask the group if anyone is currently looking for work–so we can sync up employers and those looking to be employed to talk more. 😎

After we wrap up our time at Vacasa, one of our organizers will lead a charge to an afterparty. Anyone is welcome to join! Come get to know your Node community better! (probably 21+)

Food will be provided by our wonderful sponsor ProFocus, so be sure to thank anyone from their team if you see 'em! Come ready to munch and hang! 🍕🍻🍴

Thanks to Kyle Anderson, we're now filming all our talks and publishing them on our youtube channel. Check 'em out!

PDXNode Hacknights!
We're doing hack-nights every last Thursday now! Our next meetup is 2 weeks from today at the Ctrl-h Hackerspace. See you there!

We're also actively looking for mentors to jump in and pair up with new developers who're looking to get their feet wet. If you're interested in helping in this way at our hack nights, please let us know!

We need Speakers!
If you are interested in presenting at PDXNode, please submit an issue outlining:

  • Who you are
  • What your talk and/or demo is about.
  • The intended duration of your talk: 10, 20, or 30 minutes.
  • Which month you want to speak.

We are are particularly interested in seeing our diversity increase among our speakers, so if you are outside the common demographic in tech–we'd love to hear from you! That said, all submissions are very welcome, and we're excited to hear about what everyone is up to (even if you're never spoken in public before)! Be sure to submit something! 🙌

We need organizers!
If you're interested in helping us organize and make PDXNode awesome, please let us know. We want to get you plugged in! Contact obensource­, for more info–feel free to reply to this email! 🍻

See you there!
Alright friends, tonight­ is going to be amazing. Can't wait to see you there! 🎉🎉🎉
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