Call for Speakers / Inverse call for speakers: please submit what you want to talk about or what you want to hear about here.

Upcoming events


Past events


  1. ES6 Iterators - (Freedom Dumlao)
  2. Express and clean architecture - (Tamas Kokeny)
  3. What is io.js? - (Zsombor Paroczi)
  4. NodeSummit Retrospective - (Gergely Nemeth)
  1. Node.js Best Practices - (Gergely Nemeth)
  2. Quality assured working REST APIs at Lufthansa Systems - Tamas Benke
This time we're doing a small workshop appropriate for anyone who's never tried nodebots before or would like some help getting going. Veterans are welcome of course and encouraged to come and help!
  1. What can you do with your own NPM registry? - (Szabolcs Toth)
  2. Introduction to pull-streams - (Dominic Tarr)
  1. Devops tools to monitor a polytunnel (Robert Oroszi)
  2. AsyncListener (Bence Danyi)
  3. NodeBots introduction (Gergely Nemeth)
Come, have breakfast with us, unconference-style in the morning, at 8AM. There will be no speakers this time, just networking and get to know each other. You are encouraged to join any conversation, tell your story, ask for help.
  1. Isomorph Javascript (Gabor Soos)
  2. TDD and Mocking (Tamas Kokeny)
  1. Let's gather for beers! No official talks, just us, talking about every day challenges, problems. Time to get to know each other even better!
  1. Koa - next gen web framework (Gergely Nemeth)
  2. Open source at scale (James Halliday aka substack)
  1. Node.js with Tmux and Vim (David Judik)
  2. Evolution of Node Streams (Dominic Tarr)
  1. Come, have breakfast with us, unconference-style in the morning, at 8AM. There will be no speakers this time, just networking and get to know each other. You are encouraged to join any conversation, tell your story, ask for help.
  1. Come, have breakfast with us, unconference-style in the morning, at 8AM. There will be no speakers this time, just networking and get to know each other. You are encouraged to join any conversation, tell your story, ask for help.

Do you wanna start using node.js but have no idea how you should start? Come to nodebp's first nodeschool event, get started with nodejs and be part of the community.


On 8th, March, we are going to hold the first Hungarian Nodeschool workshop at the LogMeIn’s HQ. The event starts at 10AM (mentors will arrive at 8AM, so if you need help in configuring your system, come sooner!)

  1. This event will be an experiment - we will try to do an unconference in the morning, at 8AM. There will be no speakers this time, just networking, get to know each other, coffee and Cserpes Turorudi.
  1. ES6 deep dive (Domenic Denicola)
  2. Flat math code for speed (Guillaume Lathoud)
  1. Async 101 (Gergely Nemeth)
  2. Async 201 (Bence Danyi)
  3. Building desktop applications with node.js (Szabolcs Toth)
  1. From `node server.js &` to 100 requests/second - a brief history of Node.js at SSP (Ratky Gabor)
  1. NodeWHAT? - javascript szerveren, modulok, webszerver, package management (Németh Gergely)
  2. io.connect() - real-time chat (Oroszi Róbert)
  3. Brewing with Node: sörfőzés Node.js-sel (Márton Péter)

Upcoming conferences


April, 2015

  1. CraftConf - Budapest

    Software craftmanshift matters

    2015-04-22 - 2015-04-24

  2. RossConf - Vienna

    Ruby Open Source Software

    2015-04-25

May, 2015

  1. JSConfBP - Budapest

    JSConf Budapest is a JSConf family member 2-day non-profit for-the-community by-the-community conference about JavaScript in Budapest, Hungary.

    2015-04-15 - 2015-05-15

About Nodebp


Nodebp was brought to life in November, 2013 in Budapest, Hungary.

Node.js for beginners, experts and everyone who loves javascript. JIFASNIF - JavaScript is fun, and so Node is fun.

Organised by:


Sponsors

  • JetBrains
  • LogMeIn
  • Secret Sauce Partners
  • Prezi
  • Purpose Industries

Job postings


Interested in seeing your posting here? Drop us a few lines: info@nodebp.com

Code of Conduct


All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at Nodebp are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event.

Nodebp is dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any event venue, including talks and workshops. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the events.