The course will be spread over 9 weekly meetings, we will go from learning the fundamentals to having your very own backend application deployed with Docker.
★ Course description ★
The course is designed around open-source technologies, so a Unix-like system, Linux or MacOS is preferred. Git and Visual Studio Code will be our main tools, along with Node.js. Windows is not preferred, but if you absolutely have to live on Windows, you should have a working git and Node.js installation, and the rest will work.
- Some previous programming knowledge would be really useful
- It's completely free
- It's both for beginners and not-so beginners
- Ideally you'll keep working on your project at home
- All genders are welcome
- RSVP opens one week in advance
★ Lecture 8: Deploying & Scaling Apps with Docker ★
The final session in this series introduces the final step in an application’s lifecycle — the deployment. We learn the basics of Docker and how to deploy our Node.js applications with Docker. We introduce the concepts of continuous integration and continuous deployment, as well as automated testing. This session also includes scaling Node.js applications with load balancers and a reverse proxy setup with nginx.
★ Before the class ★
- Update your RSPV if you are not able to come.
- Join our WTM Slack (https://slack.wtmberlin.com/) and #js-crash-course group.
- Check the pinned items of #js-crash-course.
- Check our Welcome Guide (https://github.com/WTMBerlin/jscc-welcomeguide). Make sure that you have all the steps until Heroku ready.
- Get last changes from our repo: https://github.com/WTMBerlin/jscc2019. You should see week-8 folder. Check from the README file only Requirements section.
- If possible, watch the previous videos to be on track (they are on the pinned items of #js-crash-course).
- Don’t forget to bring your laptop and charger! :)
★ About Our Instructor ★
Armagan is a software architect from Berlin and currently works as the Senior Engineering Manager at Wayfair.
Following the software craftsmanship philosophy, he has taught over 40 young engineering graduates on software and helped them enter the software industry.
For the last five years, he has been focusing on distributed cloud architectures and developed among many others an open-source framework, cote.js, for building microservices with Node.js.
Follow Armagan on twitter.com/dashersw, https://github.com/dashersw or on his own blog https://arm.ag.
★ ABOUT HOSTING COMPANY ★
Wayfair is one of the world's largest online destinations for the home. Whether you work in our global headquarters in Boston or Berlin, or in our warehouses or offices throughout the world, we're reinventing the way people shop for their homes through our commitment to industry-leading technology and creative problem-solving. No matter who you are, Wayfair is a place you can call home. https://www.wayfair.com/
★ ABOUT WTM BERLIN ★
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