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Palm inviting devs to a node.js meet-up by the Bay

by Derek Kessler Wed, 01 Sep 2010 8:15 pm EDT


If you happen to live in the Bay area (or are looking for an excuse to go there) and are interested in node.js Javascript development, then Palm is hoping to get you involved with webOS. You see, with webOS 2.0 Palm is switching to node.js-powered JavaScript background services instead of the Java services currently in use. This means faster, better, and more webbier development for webOS, and it means that developers will now be able to roll their own services to make more advanced things happen.

To that end, Palm is inviting developers to their corporate campus in Sunnyvale, California on September 14th for a collection of node.js talks, drinks, and food. There’s sure to be plenty of developer elbow rubbing for the few hours of the meet-up, plus it’s always good to get free sustenance combined with free knowledge.

Interested? Of course you are. Head over to the Facebook event page and get yourself so more info and maybe even check off that “Attending” box.

Source: Facebook; Via: Ben Combee on Twitter