August 2016 Meetup - CouchBase and Node.js

02 August 2016

The Seattle Node.js Meetup is pleased to announce our meetup on Wednesday, August 31st, CouchBase and Node.js

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

See you soon!


  • 6:30pm - 7:00pm: Start with appetizers and mingling, courtesy of General Assembly.

  • 7:00pm - 8:00pm: Listen and learn about why CouchBase is perfect for Node.js

  • 8:30pm - on: Mingle, mix, chat things Node.js-related and more as we wind down.


Developing with Node.js, NoSQL, and Angular 2

Nic Raboy - Developer Advocate CouchBase

In this session, we’ll talk about what’s different about this generation of web applications and how a solid development approach must consider the latency, throughput, and interactivity demand by users across mobile devices, web browsers, and Internet of Things (IoT). We’ll demonstrate how to include Couchbase in such applications to support a flexible data model and the easy scalability required for modern development. We’ll demonstrate how to create an application composed of Couchbase, Express Framework, Angular 2, and Node.js. Bring your laptop and follow along!

Nic is a Developer Advocate for Couchbase in the San Francisco Bay Area. He speaks at developer conferences, meetups, and community events in addition to mainting a blog and writing tutorials and example applications. The core of his work is making sure developers and users of Couchbase are successful in whatever it is they’re working on. On the side, he develops mobile applications for Android and iOS. His most successful mobile application is SQLTool, a database editor for Android based devices.

Venue / Sponsor

General Assembly has graciously agreed to host the event and TEKSystems has generously volunteered to provide sustenance! General Assembly is located on the third floor at 1218 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA, 98101

Please RSVP with General Assembly for this event!

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