Next week is OpenJS World - our parent foundation's annual conference.
As with many events in the current times, it's an entirely virtual conference and better yet - completely free to attend (but you do have to register first).
I wanted to highlight a couple pieces of Node-RED content during the event that you may be interested in.
Node-RED Office Hours - Monday, June 22nd, 15:00-18:00 BST
This is part of the Collaborator Summit that wraps around the main OpenJS World event.
In the agenda, it's described as a 'Creating nodes workshop' - but we're going to run it as an open office hours session. An opportunity to come along and chat with Dave and me (via Zoom) directly. We won't have a specific agenda - drop in as and when you want.
Talk: Low-Code for the Node.js Developer - Tuesday, June 23rd, 17:10-17:40 BST
This is a talk I'm giving around what low-code programming is and why its relevant to Node.js developers. I'll be covering what a node really is and a number of important design principles to apply when creating them.
Register for free now!
To attend either session, or any of the other great talks, you'll need to register first. Make sure you include the collaborator summit option when you register if you want to attend Monday's session.
Hope to chat with some of you there!