Node.js is a free, open-source run-time for developing applications in
also be used on the client side. It features an event-driven architecture that
lends itself to performing asynchronous I/O, meaning it can be used to build
applications that are highly scalable. More importantly, it has earned
tremendous mindshare in the software-development community, is supplemented by
thousands of open-source libraries, and has been used to build countless
public-facing Web apps. Take a deep dive into the world's most popular
This course is designed like an in-person coding bootcamp to give you the most amount of content. Each section progresses and covers more and more detail until there is just about no nook or cranny not exposed.
Here are some of the things you'll learn after taking this course:
Eric is an independent IT professional who loves learning new things, sharing what he learns, and helping clients solve business problems. He holds a BS in Computer Science from the Virginia Military Institute and numerous software certifications, including the Microsoft Certified Professional Developer certification. Mr. Greene has experience programming mobile, Web-based, and desktop applications using a variety of commercial and open-source platforms including .NET, PHP, Node.js, Linux, Windows, SQL Server, SQLite, MySQL, Postgresql and even a little MongoDB. He has worked with companies large and small, on-site and off-site to help his customers meet their software development needs.