Atlanta Node.js March Meeting

Mar 16, 2017 · Atlanta, United States of America


The NodeJS Meetup is moving its place and time.  Our meeting location has changed for 2017 to QGenda Offices at 7:00pm

Hello Peeps!

We have another great presenter lined up for you this month!

Jennifer Bland will present

Promises and Generators in ES6

All JavaScript programmers know two things - Asynchronous programming using callbacks is a required skill and all functions run to completion. ES6 introduced Promises and Generators. Promises address the significant shortcomings of callbacks. Generators are functions that can pause itself in mid-execution and can be resumed either right away or at a later time. In this session I will discuss the impact of these two new features in ES6.

Jennifer Bland is a Senior Software Developer for Hearst Autos, specializing in MEAN stack development. She has more than ten years of development experience working for companies like CNN, Coca-Cola and Apple Computer. Jennifer is the author of the book “Developing e-Business Applications Using Lotus Domino on the AS/400", published by IBM.

After  Jennifer's presentation, Joseph DeCarlo will moderate

Open Spaces

Open Spaces is a discussion format that allows attendees to vote on and participate in conversations on topics chosen by the audience. It is a great way for you to talk about or just learn about a topic that you chose.  It also allows other audience members to share their expertise.


After the meeting, as usual, we will meet at Industry Tavern which is walking distance from the meeting at 3280 Peachtree Road.


Parking in the Tower Place Parking Deck is not free.  You are welcome to park there, but be prepared to pay.  If you prefer free parking, you can park in the 3405 Piedmont Rd location (next to Atlanta Tech Village).  It's a short walk from Tower Place and we have permission to park there from the owner.

See you there!


Event organizers
  • Atlanta Nodejs Developers

    The focus of this group will be to learn node js through a practical approach. We will have speakers followed by "open spaces" discussions. Members may be developers of all skill levels, designers looking to leverave javascript skill sets, architects looking for faster ways to build scalable systems, and engineering managers who want to understand how this technology can be utilized in their company. And of course anyone interested in changing the world. We will have a heavy focus on mobile computing de

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