Meetup: June 22, 2017

On June 22, 2017 we would like to invite you to our next community meetup of the Munich Node.JS User Group. Please sign up on Meetup to give us a hint how many nodehackers are coming!

Attention! We meet at the office of Microsoft Munich


On June 22, 2017 we have the following schedule:

  • 18:15: Door open

  • 18:30: Start with Beer & Food
    sponsored by Microsoft

  • 19:15: Node.js, Kubernetes, Cloud: All the Buzzwords Coming Together with Microsoft Azure!
    by Patriek van Dorp

    Your Node.js applications will probably be part of a bigger solution, having a database, a reverse proxy, some queuing technology, etc. You need a way to deploy and maintain your entire solution in a flexible and robust way. This session will be all about how you can leverage Microsoft Azure Container Service to provision a production ready Kubernetes cluster and how you can leverage Visual Studio Code to deploy and manage your applications on it. Slides and video

  • 20:15: Outbreak: index-sw-9a4c43b4b4778e7d1ca619eaaf5ac1db.js
    by Alexander Pope

    August 30, 2016, was by all accounts an average Tuesday, and release number 523 just a simple re-factor, but something went horribly wrong that day: bad code escaped from the office, and it quickly spread to infect tens of thousands, giving rise to a hoard of zombie ServiceWorkers! This is a disaster about a typo. This is a thriller about technology out of control. This is a tragedy about wasted CPU cycles. This is a cautionary tale about living in the age of ServiceWorker. Video

  • 21:00: Building future-proof npm libraries with rollup.js
    by Lukas Taegert

    With node.js servers today, transpiling and bundling JavaScipt is usually entirely optional and will in most cases probably hurt more than help. When writing--possibly isomorphic--libraries to be published on npm, however, things look very different. Now you may have users who really care about bundle size or who need to be able to use your library on legacy systems.

    Not only will we look at how a tool like rollup enables us to use ES6 modules in our libraries today and make them more efficient at the same time, but also in what ways others will benefit from us doing so. And how we can automate the process of building libraries that make everyone happy :) Video and slides

  • 21:45: Close down of MNUG meetup
    by all node hackers


Talks starting at 7:15pm. Admission with beer & pizza from 6:30pm.


Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, Geschäftsstelle München Walter-Gropius-Straße 5 80807 München

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