Intro to the Mean Stack: Building Your First Application

Attend this FREE Code District session and get an overview of how to build scalable web apps quickly and easily using the MEAN Stack. 

The MEAN Stack is a collection of technologies that fit well together to provide a solution that allows for a full-stack JavaScript implementation of web applications. 

What is the MEAN Stack? 

The MEAN stack can be summarized as follows:

M = MongoDB: a high performance document database 

E = Express.js: a lightweight web application framework 

A = Angular.js: a robust framework for creating HTML5 and JavaScript-rich 
       web applications 
N = Node.js: a server-side JavaScript interpreter 

Senior Software Engineer and Code District instructor Troy Miles will demonstrate and walk you through the creation of a REST API using the MEAN Stack.

No prior experience with these technologies is assumed and developers of all skill levels should benefit from session. 

Presenter, Troy Miles  
Troy Miles is a senior software engineer and instructor. He is exceptionally skilled at full stack development with experience using both ASP.NET MVC and Node.js on the backend, SQL Server or MongoDB as the database and web or mobile on the front-end. He is also skilled in C#, Objective C, Java, and JavaScript well. He posses deep knowledge of the following frameworks: AngularJS, jQuery, jQuery Mobile, PhoneGap, Backbone, Ember, Jasmine, and Mocha. 

Parking Info 
Parking is $5.00 on the West, South and East side of the building. 

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