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Mar. 18, 2014 11:45 am

Help plan a NodeSchool event in Baltimore

Jason Rhodes. Photo via BaltimoreTech.net.

Jason Rhodes. Photo via BaltimoreTech.net.

Developer Jason Rhodes is planning a NodeSchool event for Baltimore.

The events, which anyone can host, are informal classes for learning Node.js, a “platform built on Chrome’s JavaScript runtime” for building scalable, server-side network applications.

If you’re interested in helping him plan the event, sign up on the mailing list, or join the GitHub discussion.

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