What we're about

JavaScript is becoming ever more popular on the client, server and mobile. Let's get together to learn new skills and network with like-minded JavaScript developers.

Why another JavaScript group? Because with ES6 around the corner and with over 1 million JavaScript projects on GitHub, the Washington DC metro area can afford a new and different look at this fantastic language.

In partnership with other local companies, we offer high quality coding and technology training as well as free seminar and 1 day workshops. Classes are usually at Coding Bootcamps office located at 3165 Mt Pleasant St NW.

We training for the following classes or topics:

Intro to JavaScript and jQuery


Intro to JavaScript Angular


Intro to JavaScript Node.JS


Intro to JavaScript MEAN Stack (MongoDB, Express JS, Angular, and Node.JS)

Intro to JavaScript Angular Ionic for both Android and iOS

Intro to JavaScript React and React Native for iOS and Android

Intro to advance level training for Java Enterprise Edition



Blockchain architecture and development classes online, DC or VA

Learn Hands-on Blockchain Ethereum Development & Get Certified in 30 Hrs (https://myhsts.org/course-blockchain-ethereum-development-with-government-blockchain-association-certification.php)

Learn Blockchain Hyperledger Development & Get Certified in 30 Hrs (https://myhsts.org/course-blockchain-hyperledger-development-with-government-blockchain-association-certification.php)

Become Blockchain Certified Security Architect in 30 hours (https://myhsts.org/course-security-architect-for-blockchain-applications-and-blockchain-cybersecurity.php)

Blockchain Corda R3 design and development in 30 hours (https://coding-bootcamps.com/course_info.php?urlfriendly=develop-blockchain-distributed-ledger-applications-with-corda)

Blockchain Certified Solution Architect in 30 hours (https://coding-bootcamps.com/course_info.php?urlfriendly=blockchain-certified-solution-architect-for-technical-leaders)

Enterprise IT self-learning package for $390 monthly subscription

Package includes 200+ hours of enterprise-level IT training covering topics such as containers (Kubernetes & Docker), Microservices, DevOps, Cloud Computing (OpenStack or Serverless Framework), Big Data (Hadoop and Spark) and Restful API for $390 monthly subscription. See the below link for registration info:

Complete self-paced training package for $290 monthly subscription

For $290 monthly subscription, you can have access to 300+ hours of hands-on project-based training covering courses in web development, blockchain, software engineering, and system admin. See below link for the list of topics and registration info:


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Hash Flow provides our group with blockchain webinars. For info go to: https://hashflow.us/

Upcoming events (5)

The basic functions and pitfalls of relational databases like MySQL- Book Author

Databases are often large abstractions to developers. You write data, read data and it's all done through a library or ORM which hides the complexity underneath. But in a world where data is king, your database is essential to the well-being of your application. It can sometimes be the hardest part to scale, both vertically and horizontally. In this talk we’ll pull back the curtain on some of the complexity and give you an understanding of how databases store data, retrieve data and what you can do to make these tasks easier for the DB.

Make sure that you and your friends attend ALL the sessions planned through this meetup in 2021!

Workshop location:

Zoom link

About Presenter
Jeff Smith has been in the technology industry for over 20 years, oscillating between management and individual contributor. Jeff currently serves as the Director of Production Operations for Centro, an advertising software company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Before that he served as the Manager of Site Reliability Engineering at Grubhub.

Jeff is passionate about DevOps transformations in organizations large and small, with a particular interest in the psychological aspects of problems in companies. He lives in Chicago with his wife Stephanie and their two kids Ella and Xander.

Jeff is also the author of Operations Anti-Patterns, DevOps Solutions with Manning publishing. (https://www.manning.com/books/operations-anti-patterns-devops-solutions)

Self-paced courses
Intro to db design => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/learn-how-to-design-databases-by-examples

Intro to SQL coding=> https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/learn-how-to-develop-databases-with-sql-programming-by-examples

Intro to MongoDB=> https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/learn-how-to-design-no-sql-databases-by-examples

Intro to Graph DB => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/learn-how-to-develop-graph-databases

Methods and Techniques of Blockchain Security for IT Auditors and Developer

Tuan Phan will be discussing Methods and Techniques of Blockchain Security for IT Auditors. Hope you call can attend. Thank you.

As companies consider how blockchain technology fits into their overall tech stack, the common belief is that blockchain will become the next frontier for managing data. This alone drives interest in blockchain and encourages many seasoned technologists and IT auditors to begin a quest towards adding blockchain to their repertoire.

This presentation attempts to address the most popular question posed to me at various conferences and seminars which is ‘how can IT auditors best position to capitalize on this emerging and profound blockchain technology.’

The presentation will commence with a high-level introduction of the various blockchain platforms, and how are the key pieces of a blockchain network such as nodes, decentralized apps, smart contracts, and wallets all fit together. Next, we will review the different attacks impacting these components and how to best mitigate them. Finally, we will then transition into auditing methods and techniques applicable to the review of nodes and smart contracts that IT auditors need to know to ensure a thorough and complete audit engagement.

The presentation will attempt to balance between technical and managerial details and depth with code highlights derived from the presenter’s own experience from reviewing smart contracts and blockchain implementation. While some experience with basic programming may be helpful, it is not necessary to understand the presentation.

In summary, the presentation will provide indispensable insights for IT auditors to understand the demand, the skill sets required, and how to upskill themselves to seize the opportunities of the emerging blockchain technology.

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About Presenter
Tuan Phan | CISSP, PMP, CBSP, Security+, 6-Sigma Black Belt
Blockchain Cybersecurity Expert
Tuan is a senior blockchain security specialist with strong expertise in the implementation and management of emerging technologies, cybersecurity, information assurance programs, technical projects and operations, and risk management across several industries including government, software, specialty product, drug and medical device manufacturing.

Blockchain cybersecurity courses:
Intro to Blockchain Cybersecurity => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/learn-how-to-secure-blockchain-applications-by-examples

Become Blockchain Certified Security Architect in 30 hours => http://myhsts.org/course-security-architect-for-blockchain-applications-and-blockchain-cybersecurity.php

Free intro to cybersecurity course: https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/essential-practical-guide-to-cybersecurity-for-system-admin-and-developers

How structured logging helps keep you out of trouble with privacy regulators

The last ten years has seen a major increase in privacy regulations that impact how we handle data. The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most famous, but California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) disproportionately affects the tech industry due to how many of our companies are headquartered there. Data handling practices that were perfectly safe in 2011 can now land a company with major fines and a requirement to publicly admit failure.

These regulations apply to our software telemetry just as much as it does to the data our applications handle. Because GDPR classified email addresses as private information, logging statements like: "[masked] logged in" are considered a leak that needs cleanup and patching. Structured logging gives us a robust way to defend our telemetry streams from private information leaking in from our production applications. This talk will demonstrate how structured loggers make it easier to keep out of trouble, and provide guidance on telemetry techniques that reduce the need for emergency cleanup operations.

Make sure that you and your friends attend ALL the sessions planned through this meetup in 2021!

Workshop location:

Zoom link

About Presenter
Jamie Riedesel is a Staff Engineer with HelloSign (a Dropbox company), and is a senior part of the HelloSign Platform group. She began her career in office IT in the late 1990s, moved to a software as a service startup in 2011 (Logikcull), and has been working in the operations, platform, and CI spaces ever since. Her chief passions are maintaining distributed systems (easy) and improving feedback between the various parts of a technical organization to reduce silos and resentment, and improve the experience of having a career in this industry (hard).

Below is a link to her book:

Live classes
Docker certification => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/live-training-class-for-mastering-docker-containers-and-cloud-deployment

Kubernetes certification => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/live-training-class-for-mastering-kubernetes-containers-and-cloud-native

DevOps => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/complete-live-training-for-mastering-devops-and-all-of-its-tools

AWS Cloud Practitioner => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/live-training-class-for-obtaining-aws-cloud-practitioner-certification

AWS Solution Architect => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/live-training-class-for-obtaining-aws-solutions-architect-associate-certification

AWS Developer => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/live-training-class-for-obtaining-aws-developer-associate-certification

AWS SysOps => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/live-training-class-for-obtaining-aws-sysops-administrator-certification

AWS Security => https://learn.coding-bootcamps.com/p/live-training-class-for-obtaining-aws-security-specialist-certification

Learn NodeJS and MongoDB with ExpressJS in 2 Day Live Class in Virginia

Our Introduction to Node.js training course is designed to demonstrate the power and flexibility of the Node.js platform. This course is a combination of lectures and hands-on exercises that provide practical real-world experience.

Since its introduction in 2009, Node.js has become one of the go-to platforms from developing everything for massively scaleable real-time enterprise web applications to automating Internet of Things embedded devices.

In this course, you also learn about No-SQL database design in MongoDB. You also learn how to use Express.JS

This course focuses on JavaScript so prior background in JS or jQuery would be helpful but not required.

This is a 2 day crash course.

Registration Fee: $690 per person

About Instructor
This in-person workshop is taught by Juan Luna who has been an Adjunct Professor and Lecturer in Marymount University, McDaniel College, and George Mason University.

You can take this course for $90 via our self-paced class. Visit below link for registration:

Class dates/time:

Thur, Fri from 9 am to 3 pm EST

Class location: 2800 Juniper St, Fairfax, VA 22031, Virginia, USA

Refund Policy

- We fully refund you if we cancel the event.

This class is guaranteed to run

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