How to Create a WebApp with NodeJS and Why Should I Care?

Find out why NodeJS is the language of choice for many big companies for building webapps.

How to Create a WebApp with NodeJS and Why Should I Care?

About this Event

We are holding a free meetup to share about web development with NodeJS!

NodeJS, ExpressJS,AngularJS and MongoDB are commonly known as the MEAN Stack. They are frequently used together to develop great web applications. 

Remember to bring along your laptop downloaded with all the relevant resources if you would like to follow through the demo!

Get the resources here:

This meetup will focus on a few key points:

- What makes NodeJS (and MEAN Stack) a great WebDev tool?
- What is NodeJS and the MEAN Stack?
- What are the types of application that MEAN Stack is suited for?
- What are the prerequisites for WebDev with MEAN Stack?
- How to become good in WebDev with MEAN Stack?
- Demo: simple database driven application


The instructor for this event, Francis, works in Oracle as a Cloud Specialist. He has been developing applications professionally for more than 10 years for research labs, banks, public sector and personal project. 

Besides having built large-scaled high performance and mission critical applications, he has been involved in various projects involving cyber security, blockchain, chatbots and mobile applications. 

Francis also served as the Assistant Director for the Monetary Authority of Singapore for four years. During his three years with UBS AG, Francis also designed (technical), implemented and supported Web and batch applications that include a financial instrument risk calculator, trade risk aggregation and scenario simulation and Credit Risk calculation, detection and monitoring in JEE and Oracle PL/SQL

In this meetup, he will share some rules and tips on how to become a proficient developer. 

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