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November SFNode Meetup

  • Nov 3, 2016 · 6:30 PM

SFNode comes to Twilio this month with two wonderful talks. Josh Staples lets us know how to use 2FA with Node then Thomas Hunter II closes out the night with a talk all about Node, Redis and You. If you're unable to attend we're going to stream the event. Details are at the bottom of this schedule.

Schedule

6:30pm - Doors Open
7:00pm - Authy and Node - Easy and Quick 2FA - Josh Staples
7:30pm - Node, Redis, and You! - Thomas Hunter II
8:00pm - Open mic and Social time
9:00pm - Doors close


Authy and Node - Easy and Quick 2FA
As security in web applications gets increasingly complex, many businesses are turning to Two Factor Authentication as a way to secure their user's on-boarding and continued use. We'll briefly discuss why any 2FA is an important requirement for web citizenship. We will also walk through a basic Authy 2FA implementation and discuss how it can be used for both authentication of both logins and transactions for web and mobile applications.

About Josh Staples
@cubicleDowns, - Security Wonk, JavaScript Lover, 3D Artist, Software Architect 
https://www.authy.com/blog/people-of-authy-josh-staples/


Node, Redis, and You!
Get an overview of the various data structures Redis has to offer, learn how it can be used to share data across multiple Node instances, and how to perform atomic operations using the MULTI and EVAL commands.

About Thomas Hunter II
Thomas is passionate about technology and building products. A web design business created while attending college slowly evolved into a brick and mortar on Main St. of his small Midwestern hometown. His desire for fame and fortune led to the co-founding of a Y Combinator startup and a life in California.


Live Stream Details
Please click the link below to join the webinar: 
https://zoom.us/j/985673417

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    • David G.

      Nicely done!

      November 4

    • Ian S.

      I loved the structure: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Thank you for the presentation.

      November 22

  • Thomas Hunter I.

    How do we view the recording?

    November 8

    • Josh S.

      Let me ask.

      November 8

    • Josh S.

      Should be available tomorrow.

      2 · November 8

  • Alan M.

    Is there bike parking on site?

    November 3

    • Josh S.

      Yes. Bring your bike up in the elevator to floor 3. We will have a bike rack available.

      1 · November 3

  • Joanna W.

    Hi Everyone. I am looking for an engineer who is experienced with React, node.JS and Mango DB, for return, I will design for your project. I am an UX designer with more than 3 years of experience designing mobile and web apps. If you are interested, feel free to contact me:)

    September 15

    • Andy K.

      I have a pet project that I recently finished and deployed if you're interested in designing for fun.

      It's a simple Web app that let's a user preview the picture layout of their uploads. They can play around with the public feed of any Instagram user! :D

      https://outlay.herokua...­

      I will probably build the mobile version soon for fun.

      November 2

  • Josh S.

    @here When you arrive at 645 Harrison, follow the signs through the 1st floor to the back elevator. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor Twilio lobby. If you're on the waiting list, feel free to show up as I'm sure some percentage of the RSVPs will be a no-show.

    2 · November 1

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