Software Development
Apps / Events

Baltimore NodeSchool: inaugural, free Node.js lesson happening May 4 [EVENT]

Baltimore's first-ever NodeSchool event is happening May 4, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Digital Harbor Tech Center in Federal Hill.

Inside the Digital Harbor Tech Center. (Courtesy photo)

Baltimore’s first-ever NodeSchool event is happening May 4, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Digital Harbor Tech Center in Federal Hill.
NodeSchool, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported, is an informal class for learning Node.js, a “platform built on Chrome’s JavaScript runtime” for building scalable, server-side network applications.
Registration for the free event is now open, although seating is limited.

Before you go...

Please consider supporting Technical.ly to keep our independent journalism strong. Unlike most business-focused media outlets, we don’t have a paywall. Instead, we count on your personal and organizational support.

3 ways to support our work:
  • Contribute to the Journalism Fund. Charitable giving ensures our information remains free and accessible for residents to discover workforce programs and entrepreneurship pathways. This includes philanthropic grants and individual tax-deductible donations from readers like you.
  • Use our Preferred Partners. Our directory of vetted providers offers high-quality recommendations for services our readers need, and each referral supports our journalism.
  • Use our services. If you need entrepreneurs and tech leaders to buy your services, are seeking technologists to hire or want more professionals to know about your ecosystem, Technical.ly has the biggest and most engaged audience in the mid-Atlantic. We help companies tell their stories and answer big questions to meet and serve our community.
The journalism fund Preferred partners Our services
Engagement

Join our growing Slack community

Join 5,000 tech professionals and entrepreneurs in our community Slack today!

Trending

The Trump rally shooter perched on a building owned by American Glass Research. Here’s everything we know about it.

Quantum computing could be the next hot tech — if only that breakthrough would come

From global juggernauts to local government, this developer never stops serving

Despite EDA decision, the Baltimore Tech Hub is still possible: Kory Bailey

Technically Media