NodeProgram: From 0 to Hero with Node.js, and MongoDB Premium class

Azat Mardan, Published author and Technology Fellow

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34 Videos (3h 5m)
    • A promo

      5:07
    • Introduction to the Course and Author

      5:11
    • Welcome to Node from 0 to Hero!

      4:22
    • Node.js Definition

      11:57
    • Non-Blocking I/O

      7:27
    • Integration

      5:26
    • Node.js Frameworks

      3:27
    • It's all about JavaScript! — Node.js Fundamentals

      1:32
    • Node.js Global Object

      7:48
    • Node.js REPL (Shell/Console) Demo

      5:45
    • Node.js Modules

      11:53
    • Node.js Modules Demo

      5:20
    • Meet the best, the npm!

      1:04
    • Node.js Package Manager npm

      2:19
    • Node.js Package Manager npm 2

      5:51
    • Node.js Package Manager npm Demo

      6:32
    • Node.js Package Manager npm 3

      5:46
    • Node.js, Web Apps and http Core Module

      2:02
    • Node.js Hello World HTTP Server

      3:36
    • Node.js Hello World HTTP Server Demo

      5:04
    • Node.js HTTP Object

      3:05
    • Node.js HTTP Static Server Demo

      6:16
    • Node.js Learn You Node Workshop

      4:45
    • Node.js Learn You Node Workshop Demo

      6:05
    • Create, Delete, Read and Update with Mongo, Mongo Shell and Mongo Native Driver

      1:28
    • MongoDB NoSQL Database

      10:09
    • MongoDB Shell Demo

      11:11
    • MongoDB Native Node.js Driver

      11:10
    • Building RESTful APIs with Core http Module, Node and MongoDB

      1:32
    • Node.js and MongoDB REST API Demo

      2:50
    • Node.js and MongoDB REST API Demo 2

      6:44
    • Node.js and MongoDB REST API Demo 3

      6:23
    • Node.js and MongoDB REST API Demo 4

      1:45
    • Summary, Bonuses and Outro

      4:00

About This Class

Interested in Node.js, but don't know where to start and how to find time to learn it properly?

Would you prefer to learn in a way that is more interesting than reading books or watching boring screencast videos?

Confused about how the MEAN stack pieces of MongoDB, Expressjs, Angularjs and Nodejs fit together?

How it's even possible to run JavaScript outside of the browser?

Years ago, I was in the same boat, but I took the long route of learning from source code, books, blogs and free online documentation. Brrr.

Now, YOU CAN TAKE A SHORTCUT.

I have put together the best information in the simplest way to help you learn about these systems.

Basically, I am helping you to save time, frustration and avoid costly mistakes by using the best practices available.

Node.js provides many benefits over other programming languages such as:

  • Ease of prototyping
  • Speed of development
  • Writing less code (with the vast ecosystem of open source Node packages—2x maven or ruby gem)
  • Write code one and use it everywhere (isomorphic/universal web YAY!)
  • Spend less money hosting
  • Give your users blazingly fast systems 
  • Enjoy the latest breakthroughs with serverless cloud computing (Node is the most supported language!!!)

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Azat Mardan

Published author and Technology Fellow

Azat is a Technology Fellow at Capital One, and a JavaScript/Node.js expert with several online courses and 12 books published on the topic, including best-sellers React Quickly (Manning, 2016), Full Stack JavaScript (Apress, 2015), Practical Node.js (Apress, 2014) and Pro Express.js (Apress, 2014).

In his spare time, Azat writes about tech on Webapplog.com, speaks at conferences and contributes to open-source. Before becoming an expert in Node.js, Azat finished his Master’s in Information Systems Technology; and worked at U.S. federal government agencies, small startups and big corporations with various technologies such as Java, SQL, PHP, Ruby, etc.

Azat is passionate about technology and finance, as well as new disruptive ways of educating and empowering people.


Website: http://azat.co
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/azatm
Professional Blog: http://webapplog.com/
Publications (books): http://webapplog.com/books