Meetup: 9th July 2014

On 9th July 2014 we would like to invite you to our next community meetup of the Munich Node.JS User Group.


On 9th July 2014 we have the following schedule:

  • 19:00: Beer & Pizza
    sponsored by TNG Technology Consulting
  • 20:00 Building JavaScript applications based on DDD, CQRS and EventSourcing
    by Johannes Becker

    So you may have heard of Domain-driven Design, Command Query Responsibility Segregation and Event Sourcing. I'll talk about why these software design patterns can make a difference when building applications and how they compare to traditional MVC+CRUD approaches. You'll see a demo of, a framework that allows you to quickly start working with DDD, CQRS and ES using JavaScript. Video

  • 20:45 Lightning talk: Pimping Grunt.js with I/O
    by David Amend


  • 21:10 Lightning talk: alamid-schema
    by Michael Jaser

    Extendable mongoose-like schemas for node.js and the browser. Video

  • 21:20 Managing your front-end with webpack
    by Johannes Ewald

    webpack revolutionizes the way we think about modules in the web. It consumes not only CommonJS-, AMD-, Component- and ES6-modules, but even HTML, CSS, LESS, SASS, CoffeeScript and various other web files and compiles them down into a single file which can be executed in the browser. It even provides a way of "requiring" static assets like images or fonts and helps you to store them efficiently in the application cache. In my talk I'm going to show why webpack is a great tool to write modular and maintainable front-end code while using all the great stuff you can find on npm, bower and GitHub. Video

  • 21:50 Lightning talk: alamid-api: Abstracting different transports (http/websockets) and libraries to a unite them all
    by Michael Jaser


  • 22:00: Close down of MNUG meetup
    by all node hackers


Talks starting at 8:00pm. Admission with beer & pizza from 7pm.


TNG Technology Consulting GmbH 
Betastraße 13a 
85774 Unterföhring 

We wish you a nice journey:
by S-Bahn: Unterföhring (S8)
by Bus: Linie 233, Haltestelle Betastraße
by Car: There are parking areas on the left side

Our sponsors