Seattle Node.js June 2013 Meetup

24 May 2013

The Seattle Node.js Meetup group’s June 18th event will take us through a tour of writing and packaging server appliances with Node.js, and the usual array of lightning talks. We will have pizza, beers, beverages and all of the creative supplements needed for an exciting night of Node.js learning and exploration.

We’re still looking for more lightning talks. Everyone is welcome to come up with an idea or presentation at the event, but please do consider throwing something out there early for the group to discuss and refine before you present it in the comments on this post or the meetup page!

As always, you can find all things Seattle Node.js-related at the group website: And you can reach out to us via email or Twitter @seattlenode.

See you soon!


6:30 - 7:00pm: Start with pizza and beer, courtesy of Appature.

7:00pm - 7:30pm: Eugenio Pace will present a talk on “Building a Server Appliance with Node.js”.

7:30pm - on: It’s time again for lightning talk awesomeness. Bring your ideas, discoveries, and projects to share with the group.

Main Talk

Eugenio Pace will present “Building a Server Appliance with Node.js”:

Auth0 is a server/service to drastically simplify authentication, identity federation and SSO scenarios. It’s our first big project on node. One of the reasons we decided to build it entirely on Node.js, is the ability to package it and deploy it anywhere: as a service in the public cloud, as a virtual appliance on private cloud, or as an appliance on-premises. In this session we’ll show how we built it, what worked well, what didn’t, and the tools that we used.

Eugenio is the cofounder of Auth0, an identity management service built with Node.js. Before Auth0, he worked for Microsoft in various teams, and for the last 5 years has worked mostly in cloud computing and identity engineering.

Venue / Sponsors

Appature has graciously agreed to host the event and provide food and tasty beverages. Appature’s offices are located at: 1633 Westlake Ave North, Suite 400, Seattle, WA

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